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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...

Social Emotional Soap Up And Sing

Directions: During bath time with your baby add a song and some silly sounds. Don't be shy - your baby will love it even if you are off key. Sing the simple song below to the...

Language Letter D

Directions: Point to the letter and say "D, DUH". Have your child say "D, DUH". Help her trace the inside of the D with her pointer finger, starting at the green dot and stop...

Cognitive Heart And Rectangle

Directions: Have your child use a pencil to trace the heart and rectangle. Then have him connect the dots to draw in the rest of the heart and rectangle that are missing thei...

Social Emotional Clean Up

Directions: After a family meal simply ask your toddler to carry her plate to the sink. Be encouraging and give praise: "Can you be a really helpful big girl and carry your p...

Physical Walking

Directions: Hold your infant's hands or place your hands under her arms and help her take steps around the room. While you are walking chant the rhyme below.

Cognitive Blocks

Directions: Say, "Blocks, let's play with blocks". Place four to five blocks in front of your infant. Let her handle, pick up, put down, and explore the blocks freely. Follow...

Creative Coloring

Directions: Give your child different colored crayons. Have her color the dogs.

Social Emotional Sign Language

Directions: With your child look at and point to the picture of the sign for toy. Say the word toy out loud while showing your child the sign.

Cognitive Number Four

Directions: Ask your child to use a pencil to trace the number 4 on the line. Have your child find the number 4 on the birds in the tree. Ask her to draw a circle around each...

Creative Orange

Directions: Ask your child to use orange and red crayons to color the two fish. Then have her use crayons of any color to finish the picture.

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...