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Creative Finger Painting

Directions: Give your child blue and yellow finger paint. Have him paint the picture below. Ask him to blend and mix the paint colors together to see the new color he makes: ...

Language A New Story

Directions: Show a new picture book about cars to your child. Point to the pictures as you read the book.

Creative Little Kitty Cat

Directions: Point to the picture of the cat. Read the rhyme and do the actions below with your infant. You can also sign the rhyme to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot". Liste...

Social Emotional Baby Faces

Directions: Look at the illustrations of babies below. Point to each picture and say the expression the baby has in the picture.

Language Letter D

Directions: Have your child look at the letter D at the top of the page and say, "D, DUH". Have your child repeat after you. Ask her to trace the letter D on the first row fo...

Language Letter D

Directions: Have your child count the dogs in the picture. Ask her the beginning sound of the word dog: DUH. Have her color in all the paw prints that have the letter D, DUH.

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...

Cognitive Big And Small

Directions: With your child look at the trains below. Ask her to point to the big train (give cue by pointing). Have her color the big train using a purple crayon. Next ask h...

Creative Fish From The Sea

Directions: Say the rhyme below to your child.

Cognitive Big And Small

Directions: Ask your child to color in all of the big trains at the top. Have her draw a circle around all of the small trains at the bottom.

Physical Up High

Directions: Sit on the floor facing your baby. Begin by raising your arms above your head as you say "up high". Once you have your baby's attention, see if she raises her arm...

Cognitive Circle

Directions: Take out a ring and place it in front of your infant. Encourage your baby to explore the ring using his hands. Describe the shape to your baby by saying, "Your ri...