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Social Emotional Happy

Directions: Point to the train below. Explain to your child that the train has a happy face. Have her show you her happy face. Have your child use a yellow crayon to color th...

Social Emotional Good Manners

Directions: Explain to your child, "Manners help us learn to respect one another. Always say please when you ask someone for something. Always say thank you when someone give...

Creative One Wheel, Two Wheels

Directions: Read the rhyme below to your child. Give him crayons of different colors. Have him color the car.

Creative Little Bird

Directions: Read the rhyme below to your child. Give her crayons of different colors. Have her color the board.

Cognitive Short And Long

Directions: Have your child point to the long boat. Next have her point to the short boat. Have your child draw a circle around the short boat using a red crayon.

Physical Arms Stretched Out

Directions: Ask your child to put out his arms. Then have him raise his arms up to his shoulders. Read the chant below while your child flies around the house.

Creative Coloring

Directions: Give your child an orange and a green crayon. Have him color the fish below, praising him for using both orange and green, regardless of the end result.

Cognitive Circle

Directions: Point to the circular wheels on the car and say "circle". Have her repeat the word circle after you. Have her color in the circles using a green crayon.

Creative Finger Paint Mixing

Directions: Give your child blue and yellow finger paints. Have him begin with the blue paint, followed by the yellow paint on top of the blue. Have your child paint the enti...

Creative Doggy, Doggy

Directions: Read the rhyme below to your child. Give her crayons of different colors. Have her color the dog.

Creative Green

Directions: With your child point to the little parrot at the top of the page and say "green parrot". Have her repeat after you. Have her color the big parrot using a green c...

Cognitive Big And Small

Directions: Have your child point to the big dogs. Next have her point to the small dogs. Have your child draw a circle around each of the big dogs using a black crayon.