Play games that involve music and movement to help your child develop beginning reading skills like listening and speaking.
Use this simple water-play activity to expose your toddler to alphabet letters and their sounds.
This simple, self-directed drawing activity will help your child develop the skills needed for later writing success.
Here’s a fun way to turn an everyday routine like riding in the car, into a powerful oral language experience!
Fingerplays and action rhymes can help toddlers learn about rhyming, provide opportunities for listening and speaking, and encourage coordination of words with actions.
Use your “Pointer Pal” to encourage your toddler to label objects that you touch. See how many common household items your little one can name.
This multisensory experience will get your toddler touching and looking, hearing and speaking, up and moving!
Your child is sure to enjoy this tactile experience of peeling off and sticking on – and he’ll be working on his fine motor skills too.
Take advantage of your child’s interest in grabbing items and putting them into containers to help develop the fine motor skills he will need for future writing.
This fun activity will combine singing and pretend play as you bring one of her toy animals to life as it performs a favorite tune.