Remember, children learn with all their senses. Guide them to see the toys, hear the echo in the bathroom, feel the warm water, and smell the soap. Children also learn through tasting; however, tasting may be best experienced while brushing teeth after a bath. Remember to teach your child to rinse and spit after brushing. Swallowing large amounts of toothpaste can be harmful to your child.
You can also play music during bath time. Play classical tunes for a bit of culture, or choose relaxing lullabies to help your child wind down after a busy day. Select simple, upbeat children’s tunes to allow your little one an experience in rhythm and rhyme.