1. Ask to remember how a cow, a frog, a dog scream. Or show your hand, nose, knee. Offer older children count from 1 to 20, and then from 20 to 1.

2. Freeze. There are many variations of this game. For example, on the Day command, the child jumps, plays. And at the command of "Night" pretends to be sleeping. Or let the baby imagine that he is a mouse and runs, plays, until you say "The cat is coming!". Instead of a verbal command, you can give a sound - clap your hands or ring the bell.

3. The storm is calm. A variation of the previous game. It does not require complete fading, but "calm" is a quiet, smooth movement, whisper.

4. Agree with the child that as soon as you press his nose, he will immediately "turn off". You can expand this idea by drawing a control panel (or use an unnecessary remote control from the TV). Press the button on the remote control and say: "I turn down the volume (turn off the sound, turn on the slowdown)." Let the child execute the commands.

5. Invite the child to imagine that he is a tiger on a hunt. He should sit motionless in ambush for a long time, and then jump and catch someone. Or, together with your child, catch imaginary butterflies, which you need to sneak up slowly and very quietly. Under some game pretext, hide together under a blanket, and sit there quietly.

6. Invite the child to introduce himself as a whale. Let him take a deep breath and dive into the depths. Whale can be instructed to sail to different continents or to search for something at the bottom.

7. Ask the child to close his eyes (if he agrees, blindfold his eyes) and sit still, waiting for a certain signal. For example, when the bell rings for the third time. Or ask your child to do something with their eyes closed (fold the pyramid, put the machine on the windowsill, collect cubes from the floor).

8. Ask the child to perform a complex movement that requires concentration (move your finger along the labyrinth drawn, drive the car through the rope between the pins). For the performance, you can promise a prize..

9. Try alternating tension and relaxation exercises. For example, you can move a deliberately heavy sofa, and then fall and relax. Or invite your child to imagine that he and your palms are snowflakes. Let the snowflakes smoothly fall to the ground. And then take imaginary snow from the ground and force your hands into fists (sculpt snowballs).

10. Offer a game. You say the word, and the child tries to pronounce the word louder than you. And then, on the contrary, ask the baby to speak quieter than you.

11. Take a sheet or thin bedspread and swaddle your child tightly. The age of the child does not matter, but it is important that he likes this game. You can pick them up, shake it, sing a song.

12. Take a napkin (or piece of wood) and toss it up. Tell your child that while the napkin is falling, you need to laugh as loudly as possible. But as soon as it falls, you should immediately shut up.

13. Invite the baby to run and jump, but at the same time constantly perform some simple movement. For example, hold index fingers together or rotate with your hand.

14. Sew a bag the size of a palm and pour 3-4 tablespoons of sand or cereal into it. Encourage your child to run, jump and mess out while holding this pouch on his head. Promise him something pleasant (treat something, play or read) if the bag does not fall until the timer rings (depending on age, the time interval is 1-5 minutes).

These games will help your child learn to control himself. And remember that the child takes an example from you and feels and reflects your own condition.