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Creative Purple

Directions: With your child, point to the purple train at the top of the page and say "purple". Have him repeat after you. Have him color the train using a purple crayon.

Cognitive Rectanges And Hearts

Directions: Have your child use blue, yellow, and red crayons to color the rectangles and hearts according to the color of the fish to the left.

Cognitive Top And Bottom

Directions: Have your child draw a circle around the cat at the top of the ladder using a brown crayon. Ask her to color the cats brown at the bottom of the ladder.

Creative Little Plane

Directions: Point to the picture of the plane. Say the rhyme below to your baby. The first time say the rhyme in a louder voice and the second time in a softer voice.

Physical Find The Fish

Directions: Using green construction paper and the fish shape below as a guide, cut out five fish. Place cutout fish in various places around a room. Ask your child to crawl ...

Social Emotional Cat Toy

Directions: With your child point and look at the pictures of the sign for the words cat and toy. Say the words out loud while showing your child the signs. Have your child p...

Social Emotional The First Signs

Directions: When you anticipate that your baby is hungry, ask him, "Do you want some milk? Are you ready for some milk?" Sit your baby on your lap so that he is facing you an...

Cognitive Top And Bottom

Directions: Have your child point to the cat on top of the tree. Next have her point to the cat at the bottom of the tree. Have her draw a circle around the cat at the bottom...

Cognitive Up And Down

Directions: Have your child count the planes up in the sky. Ask him to circle the planes in the sky using a pencil. Have your child count the planes down on the ground. Ask h...

Cognitive Up And Down

Directions: Ask your child to count the birds up in the tree. Then have her count the birds down on the ground. Have her color all of birds up in the tree with a red crayon. ...

Creative Finger Paint

Directions: Give your child two different colors of finger paint. Ask him to paint the car scene.

Cognitive Rectangle

Directions: Point to the rectangle on the bird. Say "rectangle" out loud to your child. Have her repeat the word rectangle after you. Have her color in the rectangles using a...