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Social Emotional About Me

Directions: Ask your child to point to her feet. Then ask her to point to your feet. Show your child the feet in the picture. Then give your child different colored crayons a...

Health & Care Germs

Directions: Explain to your child germs can be found on your hands. They are very small and can cause people to get sick. Have your child color the germs on the hands below u...

Language Letter P

Directions: Point to the parrot and say "parrot". Have your child repeat it. Do the same for the word parrot. Have her trace the letter P with her pointer finger (starting at...

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.

Creative Green

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

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...

Language I Can Read

Directions: Let your child explore books at every opportunity. Rather than talking about the pictures in the book, give your baby the opportunity to explore the book himself....

Language Letter P

Directions: Point to the red letter P and say "P, PUH". Have your child color, using a green crayon, each parrot that has the letter P on it. As he colors the birds with a P,...

Cognitive Long And Short

Directions: Have your child point to the long fish on top of the line. Next have him point to the short fish on top of the line. Have him draw a circle around all of the long...

Language Letter F

Directions: Point to the fish and the word fish and say "fish". Have your child repeat. Point to the big letter F and say, "F, FUH". Have her repeat. Then have her trace the ...

Social Emotional Manners

Directions: Grab a piece of tissue. Have your child take a deep breath, hold the tissue about an inch from his face, and see if he can move it by blowing the air from his nos...

Language Top To Bottom, Slanted

Directions: Have your child trace each straight line from top to bottom using a pencil. Then ask him to trace each slanted line from top to bottom.