Make a folder game to help your child practice color words. It’s an easy, inexpensive way to create a fun and interactive activity for your preschooler.
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.
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.
With this homemade game, your toddler will love using her pincer grasp (thumb and forefinger) to open the flaps and find her very own photo!
Activities and experiences with rhyme and alliteration help children become more sensitive to the sounds of language. In this activity, your child will combine her knowledge of rhyme and beginning sounds to begin to write rhyming words.