Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? is a classic children’s book that has opened up a world of learning for generations of children. The repetitive and predictable text will have your little one chiming in and reading along in no time.

Use this book to reinforce the concept that some things are not for tasting because they are not safe and especially because they are yucky!! You will both laugh at the funny illustrations of the toddler’s expressions after tasting something yucky!

The next time you are out running errands, plan for some extra time to be able to stop and look at the giant letters mounted on the front of the buildings. What a great way to recognize familiar letters or learn about new ones.

Here is a simple activity that will encourage your child to tell you about an amazing adventure she is about to take you on, introducing them to unfamiliar words and experiment with new sounds.

This activity will let your little one see how her mouth moves as she names objects. Moving parts of her face and seeing it happening in the mirror can be quite fascinating.

Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site is a book that your child will enjoy, especially if they love playing with toy vehicles. Its rhythmic and soothing rhymes help teach your child that even the toughest and roughest of them all wants to rest and drift off to sleep.

A little bug goes on a walk and meets new friends who follow him one by one. This book, with adorable illustrations, fun rhyming text, new vocabulary words and lots of action, will surely have your little one asking you to read it again and again.

Interactions between parents and children provide the main opportunities for small children to learn about the world around them. But just how important is it to talk to babies before they even understand what you are saying?

Your child will need to be able to discriminate between different shapes and letters in order to eventually be able to read and write words. This activity will help your child distinguish between shapes and letters.

Working on a vertical surface will help your child to practice using the proper position of his hand and wrist when drawing and writing.