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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 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.

Language Letter D

Directions: Point to the letter and say "D, DUH". Have your child say "D, DUH". Help her trace the inside of the D with her pointer finger, starting at the green dot and stop...

Language Letter K

Directions: Say "K, KUH;" have your child repeat it. Have your child circle each letter K in the box using a brown crayon. Then ask her to trace each letter K on the lines be...

Language Letter T

Directions: Point to the letter T at the top of the page and say "T, T U H". Point to the word train and say "train". Have your child use a pencil to trace the letter T on th...

Health & Care Going To The Bathroom

Directions: Direct your child to look at the numbered pictures starting with number 1. Ask him what he sees in each picture in the sequence (child on toilet, flushing toilet,...

Physical Balance On A Road

Directions: Place a strip of masking tape on the floor in a room. Have your child stand on the tape, lift one leg, and raise his arms for balance. Start counting and see how ...

Social Emotional Sharing

Directions: Point to the picture below with your child. Explain to him that the children are sharing a boat with each other. Give him a boat to share with you. Then give him ...

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.

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,...

Creative Choo-Choo Train

Directions: Read the rhyme below to your child. Have him act out the motions and make the sounds.

Language Letter F

Directions: Ask your child what letter she sees at the top: F. Say the letter sound "FUH"; have her repeat it. Ask her what word starts with the letter F: fish. Have your chi...