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Health & Care Burping

Directions: Hold your baby sitting up in your lap or across your knee. Support his chest and head with one hand by cradling his chin in the palm of your hand and resting the ...

Cognitive More Or Less

Directions: Have your child count the cars in each section. Using a pencil, ask her to circle the quantity of colored cars that is more. Next have her color the group below t...

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 Green

Directions: Point to the green bird and say "green bird". Have your child use a green crayon to color the bird below.

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...

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.

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.

Creative One Wheel, Two Wheels

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

Creative Handprint Boat

Directions: Take your child's hand and press it on an ink pad. Then press her hand on a piece of paper to make a handprint. Draw the rest of the boat. Use the image below for...

Creative How Odd It Would Be!

Directions: Read the rhyme below to your child. Have him color the picture of the dog.

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...

Creative Little Fish

Directions: Point to the fish teething ring in the baby's mouth. Say the rhyme below to your baby. The first time, say the rhyme in a louder voice and the second time in a so...