Since Henry is still a babe, the early tricks will probably be ridiculously easy (shake, high-five, jump over a pole... etc.) but as I need to come up with 52 of them, they will undoubtedly get harder as the year progresses and I run out of easy things to teach.
While I will probably list the trick to be taught on the Weekly Worksheet, I reserve the right to change my mind as to what we will be working on, as you just never know what will prove easy and what... won't. (sigh)
(We won't discuss how long (calendar time) it took to get Zachary to Push a Cabinet Door Closed... but the units were in months, although when he finally figured it out it took just a few sessions. I think Beau learned it all in one afternoon. It also took him forever to learn to push the "Easy" button, while my son (who never teaches anyone anything) taught Beau to do it in 5 minutes. Of course, Zachary learned to Unload the Drier in a month, but Beau was challenged to simply put a rag in a basket. And we aren't even going to mention how long it took Zachary to look at me for Ten Seconds. Double Sigh.)
Anyway, I threw together a list of tricks from my Just For Fun pages plus Susan Garrett's Ideas List for Shaping plus a few thoughts that just popped into my head, then created a Trick of the Week page over on BZDogs so I could easily add additional things as I think of them.
Feel free to pop over and take a look. Feel even freer to offer up additional suggestions here!