You can help develop your child’s decision-making and problem-solving skills by talking about real-life situations that impact health and safety.
The most fun thing to do with fruit is to eat it, but we can have fun with our other senses, too! In this activity, your child will use his five senses to describe various fruits or snacks.
For this activity, your child will learn how the way things are said can change how they feel and sometimes what they mean.
A rich vocabulary is important to reading comprehension. This activity provides a simple way to help your preschooler develop her vocabulary through exploring everyday objects.
In this activity, your child will use some of her five senses to guess the mystery content in a brown paper lunch bag, encouraging her to use their oral language skills.
Stimulate your child’s vocabulary and conversation skills by playing this guessing game.
Children love to be outdoors and to bond with the natural environment. Connect your child to the real world and use the opportunities to build a rich and varied vocabulary.
Some family restaurants have added fun to the dining experience by putting trivia or question cards at the tables. It’s a great way to get family members thinking and talking. Make your own question cards, and let the fun begin!
Storytelling is one of the oldest ways of communicating about ideas and events. In this activity, you and your child can practice the tradition of storytelling by creating your own characters and experiences.
The use of positional words is important for your child’s understanding of space and location. This activity gives your child a chance to listen closely to directions and illustrate his understanding of positional words while making a work of art!