Here’s a fun way to turn an everyday routine like riding in the car, into a powerful oral language experience!

Your toddler will love completing the verses as you read familiar rhymes from a favorite storybook! This activity encourages both phonological awareness and vocabulary growth.

Get the whole family together to create and write a family story. As you write, you’ll help your preschooler understand important concepts about letters and print.

You can foster important language connections by playing a funny guessing game with your child!

Action words can be particularly difficult for children to learn. Here’s an activity to help make learning action words fun!

This activity will not only offer many opportunities for conversations with your baby, but it also will show him at the earliest age that pictures and printed words convey messages that are personal and meaningful.

In addition to being a useful life skill, cutting helps to develop the same muscles necessary for holding a pencil and writing at a later age. If you take the time to put together a Cutting Kit, it will encourage frequent and successful cutting practice.

During their first few months of life, infants are learning how to maintain attention and organize their eye gaze for longer periods of time. You can help your baby with this important developmental phase by establishing and maintaining eye contact with her during pleasurable activities.

Playing a favorite fill-and-spill “basketball” game can help your baby learn new “motion” concept words by associating new words with the meaning of the motion.

In this activity, your child will use her previous rhyming exposure and experience to practice doing some rhyming on her own.