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If You’re Happy and You Know It (Clap your Hands) is a great song to help your child develop physical skills and follow directions.
Play Simon Says to teach your child the parts of the body, from head to feet.
Help your child learn to correctly name the parts of the head and face.
This simple game will show your toddler how much you love him while teaching him the parts of his body.
Turn laundry time into learning time, and get your child dressed in a fun way.
When cleanup time comes, encourage your child to create a toy display.
Can toddlers really measure things? In a way, yes. While their attempts at measurement do not look or sound like that of adults, toddlers are beginning to understand the difference between big and small and long and short.
Learning is messy—but it’s also great fun!
Your child's own toys can be a handy tool for helping him control his toddler tantrums.
Fingerplays are great for giving toddlers an opportunity to coordinate fingers motions and words.
Being able to follow directions and perform specific actions help children learn to listen and can increase coordination.
Play a sorting game with your child’s own toys. Familiar categories might be dogs, cats, farm animals and those exciting jungle animals (wow, an elephant!).
Playing games with everyday objects helps children distinguish their common attributes--the fundamentals of classification.
Teach your toddler her numbers while exercising her growing body.
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