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  • Ask the child to count the pieces of fruit and to identify each one.

  • Ask the child to identify the colors on the pieces of fruit.

  • Place four or more pieces of fruit in front of the child, depending on his/her age. Ask the child to study them before closing his/her eyes. Remove one piece of fruit and ask the child to recall the missing piece.

  • Hide the fruit from the child's sight, then secretly place one piece in a paper bag. Ask the child to place a hand in the bag and identify the fruit by touch.

  • Ask the child to line up the fruit by size, from smallest to largest.

  • Play "store" and ask the child to place fruit in a bag, per your order. ("I'd like one red and two yellow pieces, two sweet and one sour.")