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Lady M

I love the "freeze" game idea. And especially your reminder that the young ones don't really get it yet - it's just preparation for later. Thanks!


We used "freeze" to cause an immediate stop starting around age 2 when we often were in NYC. Now that we're out in the Jersey 'burbs, we don't need it as often. But at age 4, it still works when needed.


I feel like a missed the boat with this one, I should have read and implemented this when my son was younger. Now he's pushing 4, very articulate and with excellent hearing and attention, but regularly ignores me, my husband and preschool teachers when we call his name or ask him questions.

I get the idea of making it a game, but can you suggest an age appropriate game for the eye contact? (we might still be ok for the 'freeze' game)

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