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Cognitive Circles And Squares

Directions: Ask your child what shapes he sees on the page: circles and squares. Starting at the black dot have him trace each circle with a red crayon and each square with a...

Cognitive Exploring The Cat

Directions: Place a stuffed toy cat in your baby's hands and let her explore freely. Because your baby will put the cat in his mouth, provide close supervision and be sure th...

Cognitive Number Four

Directions: Point to and say the number 4 on the page and have your child repeat after you. Using his pointer finger, have him count the four birds in the cage. Next have him...

Cognitive Long And Short

Directions: Have your child point to the long fish on top of the line. Next have him point to the short fish on top of the line. Have him draw a circle around all of the long...

Language Letter T

Directions: Point to the dotted letter T on the page. Say "T" and have your child repeat after you. First have her trace the letter T with her pointer finger (starting at the...

Creative Orange

Directions: With your child, point to the small fish on the page. Ask him the colors, then say "orange and yellow". Have him repeat after you. Have your child color the fish ...

Creative Red

Directions: Have your child look at the boats below. Have him color them red.

Cognitive In And Out

Directions: With your child look at the picture. Ask your child to point to the boat that is in the water. Then have her point to the boat that is out of the water. Let her c...

Cognitive Circles And Squares

Directions: Have your child trace the circles and squares using a pencil. Ask him to draw a circle under the circles and a square under the squares. Then ask him to fill in t...

Cognitive Number Four

Directions: Read the word at the top aloud, "four". Then have your child trace each number 4 starting at each of the black dots and following the arrows 1, 2. Have her count ...

Health & Care Monthly Development Log

Directions: Every month use the chart below to record your child's height, weight, hairstyle, favorite colors and songs, and any new words she may have learned.

Physical Strong Muscles

Directions: Sit on the floor with your infant and sing the following action rhyme to the tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat". Do the motions along with the rhyme.