In this activity, your child will use her previous rhyming exposure and experience to practice doing some rhyming on her own.
In this activity, you can help your child talk through some difficult scenarios that they are likely to face when interacting with other children.
This activity will give your child practice with left to right progression. In addition, the use of the stamps and stamp pad will help with fine motor development and eye-hand coordination.
Help your child learn the power of writing by helping her create her own home town book.
It is most effective when children use all their senses to learn alphabet letters. One way you can help your child visually connect to letter shapes and letter sounds is with the use of a mirror.
To increase your child’s expressive vocabulary, let her retell her favorite story with craft stick puppets you can create together.
The kitchen is full of fun words like mozzarella, zucchini, and rutabaga! Many words seem to have their own rhythm and a beat.
Learning about writing includes the understanding that print carries a message. This activity uses written clues to send your child on an amusing scavenger hunt, culminating with a prize at the end!
When learning the letters of the alphabet, children often first recognize the letters of their own names. They enjoy seeing the letters of their names and recognizing them. You might hear your child say: “That’s my letter!” or “That’s my name!” Why not go on a letter hunt with foods?
This activity uses a small plastic toy gorilla or other small toy to give your preschooler practice with prepositions.