Color and cut out adorable baby animal masks featuring the Touch Magic monkey, hippo and tiger.
You can use these finger puppets to create your own finger plays. Or, you and your child can make up a story.
Toddlers are great at finding differences. Noticing differences is the foundation of classification.
Tracing simple objects helps young children practice their pencil control.
This printable activity is a fun classification game. Ask your child to point to, circle or color all the bones.
Activities that integrate movement—like cutting, coloring and crawling around on all fours—help develop motor skills.
This printable spiral maze provides a fun opportunity to practice pencil or crayon control.
Scout and Violet want to wish you a very happy birthday with lots of wags and kisses!
Here's a classic party game that's sure to get tails wagging.
Color 15 adorable baby animals from our popular Touch Magic toys: Chick, Cow, Dog, Duck, Giraffe, Goat, Hippo, Horse, Monkey, Penguin, Pig, Rabbit, Sheep, Tiger, Turtle.
Learning how to describe his movements is an important step in your child’s language development and autonomy. This printable activity provides an opportunity to have fun with directional words.
Sing this adorable counting song to the tune of This Old Man.
Even if you don't speak a second language, you can provide early exposure to language with bilingual toys, books and lullabies. When should you introduce a new language? The earlier the better. Your bambino is listening!
Read the ABCs! Don’t worry if your toddler doesn’t yet recognize the letters in his alphabet book. Letters are just one of several symbol systems your child is beginning to notice. Encourage this awareness by pointing out the letters in your child's name. Point out letters everywhere—on cereal boxes, on signs and on blocks.
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