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Physical Balance On A Road

Directions: Lift your foot while standing on the other foot. Ask your child to imitate you. If you need to, grab and hold your shoe for more balance. See who can balance the ...

Creative Black

Directions: With your child, point to the small picture at the top and say "black dog". Have her repeat after you. Have your child color the big dog below using a black crayon.

Physical Throwing

Directions: Give your child a ball and ask her to throw it to you, and then throw it back. Start off a foot away from her, and then gradually increase the space up to three f...

Health & Care Cat Pose

Directions: Have your child look at the picture. Begin with your hands and knees on the floor. Make sure your knees are under your hips, and your wrists are under your should...

Cognitive Number Two

Directions: Have your child use a pencil. Count the dogs in each group out loud. Then draw a circle around the number that tells how many there are.

Creative Coloring

Directions: Get out a blue, yellow, and green crayon. Have her color the plane picture according to what number and color that is on the key below.

Creative Down By The Sea

Directions: Read the rhyme below to your child. Have her color the fish and the underwater plants in the picture.

Creative Little Fish

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

Social Emotional First Signs

Directions: Each time you prepare your baby for bed say "bed" out loud as you sign the word for bed. Do this as soon as you begin your bedtime routine and then again right be...

Health & Care Monthly Development Log

Directions: Every month use the chart below to record your child’s height, weight, and favorite things.

Cognitive Short And Long

Directions: Have your child look at the pictures in each section below to determine if the boats are short or long. Have him use a pencil to circle all the short colored boat...

Physical Let's Sit

Directions: Have your child get on his hands and knees. Explain to him that when he hears you say "sit", he should sit like the dog in the picture with his rear on the floor ...