In this game, you can use names of favorite people, pets or things to introduce the idea that the words we say are made up of different parts.
Creating games for two-year-olds is a great way to get them interested in letters. With this simple hide-and-seek game, use their natural curiosity and desire to play to introduce letter names.
Does your child love to experiment and create new things? This activity has the right combination of science, art and math.
The grocery store is a great place to develop vocabulary and practice oral language skills. The next time you’re shopping, stop by the produce department and explore the fruits and vegetables.
In this game, you will combine a two-year-old’s love of games and their natural curiosity into a sneaky game that develops an attention to language.
At about two years old, children begin to notice the different shapes, lines and circles that appear in printed materials. Create a Hall of Shapes to help your child notice the features of print.
Developing language is something that happens every day. In this game, your child can practice simple oral language skills.
Some two-year-olds may not show interest in drawing, but love to take the marker lids off and try to put them back on. Allow your child to explore markers and writing this way!
In this activity, the goal is less about recognizing the specific letter and more about becoming aware that a letter is a printed shape that is pretty important.
The next time you are working in the yard or planting a plant, give your child a chance to help out while asking questions, introducing new words and inviting him to solve problems.