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Cognitive Number Four

Directions: Point to and say the number 4 on the page and have your child repeat after you. Using his pointer finger, have him count the four birds in the cage. Next have him...

Creative Coloring

Directions: Give your child different colored crayons. Have her color the dogs.

Cognitive Circles And Squares

Directions: Have your child trace the circles and squares using a pencil. Ask him to draw a circle under the circles and a square under the squares. Then ask him to fill in t...

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.

Physical Blow The Feather

Directions: Have your child lie on the floor. Place some colored fake feathers on the floor in front of him. Have him practice blowing the colored feathers across the floor.

Cognitive Number Two

Directions: Look at the number and say "two". First have your child trace the number 2 below following the arrows 1, 2. Then have her count the dogs and write on the blank li...

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: ...

Physical Up High

Directions: Sit on the floor facing your baby. Begin by raising your arms above your head as you say "up high". Once you have your baby's attention, see if she raises her arm...

Language A New Story

Directions: Show a new picture book about cars to your child. Point to the pictures as you read the book.

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 T

Directions: Point to the dotted letter T on the page. Say "T" and have your child repeat after you. First have her trace the letter T with her pointer finger (starting at the...