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Best preschool games for breath control?

Which games did your child enjoy most to improve breath control?


  • StayceStayce Member Posts: 285 Pioneering
    edited February 2016
    What about blow football?

    Or bubble blowing

    Just done a quick search there are some bubble blowing, blowing bowling, paper boat blowing apps on Android Just an idea
  • Hi, we used to tear up pieces of kitchen paper into smallish squares (approx. 1" wide), put them at one end of a table and my daughter would use a drinking straw to suck them up - it would then be a competition to see how far/how long she could hold it attached to the straw. Hope this makes sense. It was one of the few things we could do to get her to take a 'deep breath'.
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