Teach your child to blow through his mouth first. Birthday candles and bubbles are perfect items to help.
Show your child how to blow out a candle first. Then hold the candle a safe distance away from her face and tell your child to blow out the candle. Practice makes perfect. Remember to cheer for successes and give lots of praise.
Blow bubbles with your child. Again offer praise for successes. Keep practicing.
Master the mouth blowing techniques and then move on to the nose-blowing. Tell your child to watch you blow air through your nose. Hold a strip of tissue up to your nose and blow making the tissue move. Let your child try this.
Create games out of blowing through noses and mouths. Use a straw to blow small tissue balls across the kitchen table to score goals. Be very careful when using a straw in your child's nose. Hold it for him on the very outer edge of the nose.
Hold one nostril closed and make you child blow. Place a tissue strip under the open nostril and let her see the tissue moving.
Move on to a whole tissue under both nostrils as the last step. Tell your child to close his mouth and blow air through the nose into the tissue.
Rewarding your child for a good nose blow can work wonders.
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