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Cognitive Circles And Squares

Directions: Have your child say the name of the shape of the wheels of the train: "circle". Next have her say the name of the shape of the window on the train: "square". Ask ...

Language Letter P

Directions: Point to the letter P and say "P, P U H". Ask, "Can you point to the letter P?" Give cue by pointing to each one. Next point to the blue plane below and say "blue...

Language Letter B

Directions: Have your child say the name of each picture. Using a pencil, have her draw a circle around the B in each name. Then ask her to draw a line under the object that ...

Physical Balance On A Road

Directions: Place a strip of masking tape on the floor in a room. Have your child stand on the tape, lift one leg, and raise his arms for balance. Start counting and see how ...

Language Curved Lines

Directions: Have your child start at the black dot and trace the four curved lines using a green crayon.

Language Top To Bottom

Directions: Look at the plane. Have your child trace the lines from top to bottom with her pointer finger (starting at the green dot and stopping at the red dot). Then have h...

Health & Care Going To The Bathroom

Directions: Direct your child to look at the numbered pictures starting with number 1. Ask him what he sees in each picture in the sequence (child on toilet, flushing toilet,...

Language Letter P

Directions: Ask your child tell you the letter she sees at the top of the page: P. Say the letter sound "PUH"; have her repeat it. Then ask her for a word that starts with P:...

Language Curved Lines

Directions: Show your child the pictures below. First have her trace the curved lines with her pointer finger (starting at the green dot and stopping at the red dot). Next ha...

Language Left To Right, Top To Bottom

Directions: Have your child use a pencil to trace the dashed line from left to right. Then have him draw a line on his own. Next have him trace the dashed line from top to bo...

Social Emotional Manners

Directions: Read the poem below. Say, "To listen patiently and quietly while someone else is speaking is a part of good manners". Read the word in the bubble: please. Ask you...

Language Letter P

Directions: Have your child say the name of each picture. Then have her use a pencil to trace the letter P on each line.