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Health & Care Cat Up The Wall

Directions: Look at the picture below with your child. Lie on your back then slowly raise your legs up straight toward the sky. Flex your feet, spread your arms out to either...

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,...

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 Top To Bottom, Curved Lines

Directions: Have your child trace the straight lines from top to bottom with a pencil. Now have her trace the curved line. Then ask her to draw the rest of the curved line th...

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.

Creative Coloring

Directions: Using the four crayon colors, ask your child to color the train picture according to what number and color is on the key.

Creative Choo-Choo!

Directions: Point to the picture of the train. Read the action rhyme and do the actions below with your infant.

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: ...

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...

Cognitive Bird On The Bed

Directions: Look at the picture with your child. Ask your child to point to the bird on the bed. Give her a green crayon and have her color the bird on the bed.

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.

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...