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Creative Footprint Puppy

Directions: Take your baby's foot and press it on an inkpad. Then press her foot on the paper to make a footprint. Use the image below for guidance. When print dries draw in ...

Cognitive Short And Long

Directions: Have your child point to the long boat. Next have her point to the short boat. Have your child draw a circle around the short boat using a red crayon.

Language Letter K

Directions: Say the name of each of the four pictures (kitten, kite, key, and fork). Have your child draw a line from each K to each picture that starts with K, KUH using a b...

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.

Language Letter F

Directions: Each picture is grouped with two letters. Have your child use a pencil to draw a line to connect the picture to the letter it starts with.

Cognitive Number Two

Directions: Look at the number and say "two". First have your child trace the number 2 below following the arrows 1, 2. Then have her count the dogs and write on the blank li...

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.

Cognitive More Or Less

Directions: Have your child count the cars in each group. Ask him to use a green crayon to circle the group that has more cars. Then have him circle the group that has fewer ...

Creative Footprint Car

Directions: Take your child's foot and press it on an ink pad. Then press her foot a piece of paper to make a footprint. Draw wheels to make a car. Use the image below for gu...

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...

Creative One Wheel, Two Wheels

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

Social Emotional Happy

Directions: Have your child point to one of the yellow happy faces. Have her say the emotion on the face: "happy". Have her use a purple crayon to draw lines from each yellow...