Black and white high-contrast images help to stimulate babies’ visual and brain development. Here is an activity that introduces basic shapes and images to help set the stage for letter learning.
When you make bingo cards with alphabet letters in the spaces, a game of bingo can entertain your child and help build letter knowledge.
Use your “Pointer Pal” to encourage your toddler to label objects that you touch. See how many common household items your little one can name.
Through an easy sequence of folds, you and your child can make a picture frame out of paper. This activity is a fun, creative way for your child to practice both fine motor and beginning writing skills.
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.
Your child's first name is very special to him and holds emotional appeal. This activity will give him practice finding the letters in his name. Those are the letters that he will most likely learn first.
This fun activity starts with singing a familiar finger play song and adds a stringing activity that will get her little fingers moving in lots of ways.
Listening activities help children attune to sounds and lay the groundwork for hearing and identifying the more subtle sounds that make up words. In this fun activity, your child will be asked to listen for and act upon a super word.
Many two-year-olds can learn to hold a pair of safety scissors and cut along a line. Under supervision, you can provide age-appropriate cutting experiences for your child.
With this activity, your little one can pour, splash, stir, squeeze, and squirt her way to success!