Substitute these words in the songs "Old MacDonald" and "Mary Had a Little Lamb," and preschool hilarity will ensue.
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- Choose a familiar story, song, or rhyme that your child has heard often.
- Read or recite the story, song, or rhyme, but substitute wrong words or names in obvious places.
- For example: "Old MacDonald had a car" or "Mary had a little dog."
- Have your child listen for the incorrect words and say "Beep!" when he hears one.