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.
Activities that integrate movement—like cutting, coloring and crawling around on all fours—help develop motor skills.
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.
From the time they are in the crib, boys and girls demonstrate differences in their learning styles. Discover these differences in learning styles and how to identify your own child’s preferred style of learning.
The early wiring of your baby’s brain sets the stage for future development. Here are some tips to enrich your child's early experiences.
Reinforce the names of colors, shapes, and the concept of size using everyday opportunities.
This simple activity will help your toddler learn colours, shapes and sizes.
Toddlers can feel very autonomous. Reminding them that they are less than four feet tall and that only two years old doesn’t seem to help much (actually, it doesn’t help at all!). So, what can be done to foster this independence without letting them run amok?
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