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A Trip to the Market

Involve your child in food shopping and meal preparation whenever you can.

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Acting out a Favorite Story

Act out your child's favorite story with her. Get creative an use prompts found around the house.

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Alert Attention

When your baby is awake, here's some fun ways to engage her.

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All About Me Poster

A fun activity to help you share what makes your child special.

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Alphabet Pretzels

Make delicious pretzels in the shapes of different letters.

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Animal Cracker Counting

Make learning fun even during snack time. Encourage your child to count and name the different anima

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Apple Oatmeal

Preparing this yummy breakfast is a simple way to make learning fun for your young child.

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Artist at Work

Encourage your child to be creative in making her own artwork.

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Baby Clinic

Allow your child to become familiar with what happens at a doctor's office by introducing this activ

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Baby’s Own Book

Make your own special book for your baby that introduces new people, objects, or concepts.

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Bag Books

Make bag books for your baby to talk about what he sees and feels in each bag.

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Baked Tofu Nuggets

Have your child explore with his five senses by helping you in the kitchen.

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Baked Tofu Sticks

Making this healthy snack is a fun learning opportunity for your little one.

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Banana Pudding in a Bag

Let your child help you make this recipe in a bag.

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Bean Bags

Create your own bean bags using household items.

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Beginning to Share

This activity helps your preschooler practice sharing with others.

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Big Steps

Act out the movements of “Big Steps, Little Steps” with your toddler.

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Bird's Nest

Create this food dish with your child.

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Biscuit ring

Make a tasty treat with your child and connect it to a familiar song.

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Board Game

Make your own board game.

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Body Instruments

Show your infant that some of his body parts can be instruments.

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Bowling

Play bowling with your child using household items.

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Box Car Fun

Make your own box car and have your child race around the house.

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Boys’ Day Carp

Celebrate Boy's Day by making a carp, which is a Japanese tradition.

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Burger Soup

This delicious soup is a heart-healthy meal that you and your child can make together.

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Calendar Fun

Use a calendar to teach your child about months, days, and timing of events.

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Caring for Teddy

Help your child learn simple directions by having him care for his teddy.

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Carrot Parfait

Enjoy making this health parfait.

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Cereal in a Bottle

Fun game for your child to figure out how things work.

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Cereal Spill

Help build your child's fine motor skills by doing this activity with him.

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Cheese Chip Salad in a Bag

Make a delicious meal using a chip bag!

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Choices

Help your child make decisions for herself by introducing choices for her.

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Chore Tunes

While your child does daily routines, have them add a little music to their routine.

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Clapping Game

Sing this song with your infant.

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Clothespin Magnets

Have your child create clothespin magnets to hold things such as grocery lists or messages.

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Color Frames

Learn primary and secondary colors by making your own color frames.

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Color Wheel

Make learning colors fun by creating a color wheel.

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Connect the Dots

Play connect the dots with your child.

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Copy Me

When your baby is watching you, encourage her to copy you.

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Count It!

Play guessing games with counting.

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Counting and Sorting

Teach your little one counting and sorting by using household items, such as buttons and egg carton

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Counting Forward and Backward

Have your child count forward and backward using household items, such as cereal and bowls.

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Counting Poem

This is a fun poem to help your child learn to count.

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Counting Steps

Be creative with your child when doing this activity. Make up your own steps.

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Create a Story

Create your own story with your child.

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Create Your Own Book

Help your child make her own book about something that interests her.

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Creating Shapes

Experiment with making shapes out of paper by folding and cutting.

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Crunchy Oat Bar

This tasty snack is also a healthy one to make with your child.

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Cup Phones

Use cup phones to teach your child about communication.

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Dancing with Baby

Activity to help you have physical contact with your baby, helping soothe him/her.

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Does It Float or Sink?

At the beach, make an experiment with different items to find which floats or sinks.

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Dot to Dot

Have fun counting or learning the alphabets with your child by connecting the dots in a picture.

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Draw and Scribble

Helpful tips on introducing drawing and scribbling to your toddler.

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Drying Song

Make learning fun, even while taking a bath!

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Dump and Pour

Your child will love to fill items into a box and then dump or pour them out. Play this fun game wi

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Egg Carton Caterpillars

Make a caterpillar with an egg carton.

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Expressing Needs

You can use this activity to encourage your child to build his language skills and help your child l

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Face Time with Baby

infant thrive on positive interaction with adults. Here is a way to support your child's development

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Family Meal Time

Use meal times with family to help your child establish and maintain consistent routines.

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Family Rules

Come up with simple rules together that everyone in the family can follow.

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Father’s Day Card

Make a special card for special occasions, such as Father's Day.

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Finger and Thumbs, Legs, and Toes

Help your child explore their body parts by singing this rhythm.

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Flashlight Search

Play a fun game using household items, such as a flashlight.

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Flashlight Search

Help your child learn new vocabulary with this engaging activity.

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Float Your Boat

Support your toddlers development with this activity.

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Floor Time

Place your baby on a soft blanket, futon, or towel on the floor to give her a chance to look at new

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Follow the Leader

A fun activity you can do with your child that encourages following directions and hands on learning

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Following Directions

Make following directions fun by using games, music, and dancing.

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Food Building Blocks

Teach your child about different foods with these fun building blocks.

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Food for Thought

Take your toddler along when you go grocery shopping.

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Footprint in the Sand

At the beach, play games such follow the leader and looking at footprints.

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Freezing Water

Introduce your child to how items change (freezing and melting).

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Frog Friends Counting Game

Learning is fun when you can count using food. Make a story of frogs using vegetables and have your

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Frozen Yogurt Pop

Fun cooking activity that teaches children how ingredients transform when you freeze them.

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Fruit Math

Learn about math by slicing fruits.

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Fruit Slush

Simple and refreshing snack recipe to do with your child.

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Fun with Balls

Outdoor activity tips to do with your child.

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Fun with Colors

Learn about colors using household items, such as toys.

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Fun with Cups

Introduce sizes using household items, such as cups.

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Fun with Finger Play (1)

Finger plays for you to do with your little one.

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Fun with Finger Play (2)

Finger plays for you to do with your little one.

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Fun with Finger Play (3)

Finger plays for you to do with your little one.

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Fun with Movement

Movement activity to do with your child.

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Fun With Nursery Rhymes

Share nursery rhymes with your child, adding hand motions that go with the rhymes.

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Fun with Play Dough

Make your own Play Dough.

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Fun With Shapes

Use chalk to draw on a concrete surface such as your sidewalk and play simple games such as follow t

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Garlands (Lei) and Chains

Make a wonderful lei or garland using household items.

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Gelatin Fun

Make learning fun even during snack time.

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Goodnight Room

Try this activity to put your baby to bed.

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Guessing Games

Play a fun guessing game with your child.

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Ham and Cheese Scones

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. These quick and delicious scones are something the whole family wi

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Hand Turkey

Make animals out of paper.

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Handprint Art

Make flowers, wreath, and creatures using your child's handprint.

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Hanger Scale

Make your own scale to teach your child about the weight of different objects.

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Hardboiled Egg Experiment

Teach your child how brushing your teeth keeps surfaces clean.

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Healthy Food Collage

Help your child create a collage of his/her favorite fruits and vegetables.

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Helping Out at Mealtime

Let your toddler help set the table at mealtime.

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Holiday Colors

As each holiday or special celebration comes around, talk to your child about what it represents and

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Homemade Granola

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. Enjoy making this snack with your child.

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How Does Your Garden Grow?

Have your child plant a seed and have her track how it's growing.

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How Long Is It?

Use slippers to teach your child about measuring.

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How Many Cups?

Teach your child about volume by gathering different sized plastic containers and having your child

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I Can Help

Have your child help set the table for mealtime.

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Identifying Shapes

Learn different shapes by using string and finding objects at home.

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Introducing Textures

Introduce different textures to your baby.

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Is It the Same or Different?

Use objects to talk about how items are the same or different.

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It’s Sticky

Outdoor activity that introduces toddlers to different textures.

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Jan Ken Po (Junk an’ a po)

Teach your child Jan Ken Po to decide who goes first when taking turns

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Jello Paint

Paint different shapes and lines and explore the feel of textures.

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Junior Fire Fighter

Teaching your child about fire safety is very important. Create a floor plan with your child and pra

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Keeping the Beat

Introduce your child to rhythms and beats.

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Kick, Kick, Kick

As you do daily activities with your child use language to interact with your child.

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Kites

Make a kite with household items such as a plastic grocery bag and toilet paper tube.

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Kolea (Golden Plover)

Look for the kolea in grassy areas around your neighborhood and do fun activities to learn more abou

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Learning Body Parts

Fun games that help your child learn and identify parts of her body.

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Learning My Home Telephone Number and Address

Start the discussion with your child about how to be safe by introducing this activity about importa

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Learning to Predict

Use household materials to make a game to help your toddler learn to make predictions.

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Lego Flossing

A simple and fun way to expose your child to flossing.

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Let's Put the Groceries Away

Let your child be hands on by having him help you put the groceries away after a trip to the market

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Let's Roll!

Let your child experiment with this activity.

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Let’s Brush

Make brushing teeth a habit and fun activity starting from when your child is young.

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Let’s Go Shopping

Set up a pretend grocery store.

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Let’s Paint

Painting activity to do with your child.

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Let’s Pretend

The sky's the limit on what you and your child can pretend to be or do.

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Let’s Read!

Helpful tips to engage your child in reading.

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Let’s Sing

Here's a variety of songs to sing with your child.

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Lullaby for Baby

When it's time for your baby to sleep, softly sing your child a lullaby.

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Mail Time

Make a learning activity using your mail.

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Make a Special Story Time Book

Make a special story book for your child based on the "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See" book

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Make Your Own Cloud Dough

Cloud dough has a fun texture and will hold its shape when molded.

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Make Your Own Drum

Engage your little one with music using things found around your home.

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Make Your Own Special Book

Make your own book about a special day or person.

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Make Your Own Tent

Play make-believe! Provide your child with simple toys and props that he can use in a variety of way

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Make Your Own Wrapping Paper

Make your own wrapping paper using your child's handprints.

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Make-believe Play

Play "make-believe" with your baby.

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Massage My Gums

Expose your child to gum cleaning, a precursor to brushing teeth.

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Matching Game

Play a fun card game to match each pair of cards.

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May I Take Your Order?

Help your child design a take-out menu for a “pretend” restaurant.

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Measuring and Counting

Help your child learn about measurement and counting using household items, such as containers, soap

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Mirror, MIrror, What Do I See?

Help your child identify different emotions and facial expressions.

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Mobiles

Make a mobile with your child.

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Monkey Bites

This delicious snack is easy and fun to make with your little one!

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More Fun with Movement

Movement activity to do with your child.

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Mother’s Day Collage

Make a special collage for special occasions such as Mother's Day.

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My Body Puzzle

This activity is a fun way to have your child identify their body parts and make them feel unique an

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My Feelings Book

Create a book that helps your child identify different feelings.

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Nature Walk

Take a walk outside with your child and collect natural materials to make a fun activity.

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Nature Walk

Here is an activity to support your preschooler’s development.

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Noodle Doodle

Make learning fun by using noodles to talk about shapes.

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Number Cards

Help your child learn numbers by playing a number game with cards.

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Number Chart

Have fun counting with your little one by using stamps and stickers in a number chart.

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Number Rubbings

Help your child make 3-D number rubbings with glue and sand.

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Nursing Time

When your baby is nursing, here's some ways to bond with him.

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Obstacle Course

Make an “obstacle course” for your baby out of large pillow and/or chairs.

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On the Go Ravioli Spinach Lasagna

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. This quick and delicious lasagna dish is something the whole fami

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Ornaments

Make custom ornaments with your child.

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Painting With Food Coloring

Make colorful creations by painting with food coloring.

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Pan Sushi

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. Enjoy this delicious sushi recipe with your child!

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Pantomine (Charades) for Kids

Movement activities for your child

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Paper Dolls

Make your own paper dolls.

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Paper Plate Umbrella

Make your own paper plate umbrella.

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Peek-a-boo Book

Make a peek-a-boo book with your child.

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Photo Routine Chart

Create this chart to help your child with their daily routines.

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Picture Frames

Have your child choose a special photo and make a frame for it.

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Pictures and Mobiles

Place pictures or posters on the wall next to your baby's crib to engage your child.

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Pin Drop

Fun activity using items in your home, such as clothespins and containers.

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Pinwheels

Make a pinwheel using household items such as paper and chopsticks.

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Pizza Balls

Delicious recipe that will help your child learn how to sequence in a fun way!

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Pizza Roll Ups

This yummy snack allows your child to build his/her own pizza while incorporating counting, sequenci

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Placemats

Make your very own placemat.

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Play Dough

Make your own Play Dough.

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Play Time, Work Time

Engage your baby as you do household chores.

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Play with Sounds

During everyday routines, respond to the facial expressions and sounds that your baby makes.

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Playground Fun

Helpful tips on taking your child to the playground.

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Poetry in Motion

Movement activity that encourages your child to act out the poem.

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Pull Up

Help your child start to pull himself up to stand.

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Puppets

Make several puppets and perform a puppet show together.

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Push and Go

Introduce a push toy to allow your child to stand and hold the toy by its handle.

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Put-Back Potatoes

Have your children learn about food by using their senses: touch, small, taste, sight, and sound.

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Puzzles

Be creative and make a puzzle with your child.

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Read with Me

Helpful tips on introducing books to your toddler.

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Read, Read, Read

Helpful tips to engage your baby in reading.

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Read, Read, Read

Reading aloud to your baby is an important form of stimulation, exposing her to early ways of commun

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Ready, Set, Crawl

Encourage your baby to crawl by placing him on his hands and knees and gently rocking him back and f

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Red Light, Green Light, and Yellow Light Too!

Teach your child safety by playing this interactive game.

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Rock and Roll Rattle

Make your own rattle to encourage your baby to reach or move toward it.

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Sandwich Shapes

Use cooking and eating to make learning shapes fun and delicious.

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Sensory Board

Create a board of various objects and talk to your infant about the items, using descriptive words t

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Shades of Color

Have your child see the different shades of a color by using food coloring.

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Shake and Sing

Make your own noisemaker to use as an instrument while singing songs.

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Shapes and Sounds

Make learning fun by talking about shapes and sounds using favorite foods.

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Side by Side

Help your child as she takes her first steps.

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Sidewalk Chalk Paint

Let your child's imagination and creativity run wild as he/she paints the sidewalks using this homem

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Signs and Advertisements

While on a walk with your child, point out and read aloud road signs and advertisements.

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Silhouette Show

Explore story telling in a different way by making shadow characters.

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Sing While You Work

Sing songs during routine activities to make them fun.

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Singing and Movement

During everyday activities, sing to or play simple games with your baby.

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Singing in the Bath

Make learning fun, even in the bathtub!

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Soap Bubble Art

Make bubble art with a straw and liquid soap.

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Sock Puppet

Make your own sock puppet.

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Sock Tug

Play a mini tug-of-war game with your little one.

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Somen Salad

Have fun creating this cold noodle dish together.

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Soothing Your Infant

Calming techniques that you can try with your baby when he is anxious, upset, or sad.

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Sounds and Rhythm

Let your child experiment with making different sounds.

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Spider Legs

Help your child understand numbers and sequence by making spider cards.

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Sponge Art

Have you child decorate her own wrapping paper with cut out shapes and paint.

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Sponge Play

Fun activity using household items, such as a sponge.

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Storm in a Bottle

A creative way to reuse empty bottles to create something interesting and engaging for your child.

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Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms

This delicious meal idea is fun to make and eat!

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Swaying, Swaying

This is a calming activity that you and your child can do together.

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Sweet Pea Lasagna

Cooking teaches valuable lessons and fosters a child's development. Have fun making this dish with y

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Sweet Potato Custard

This fall desert is something that you and your child can both make and enjoy together.

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Syllables

Recite words to poems or songs to break down words into syllables.

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Table Talk

Make mealtime a time for learning by including your child mealtime conversations.

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Tape Walk

Show your toddler how to walk on the line, putting one foot in front of the other.

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Tasty Tots

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. Enjoy this healthy take on tater tots!

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Tell Me a Story

With your family, share different stories from the past with your child.

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Textures

Gather some textured materials and have your child compare the different textures.

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The Meaning of Zero

Teach your child about what zero by using household items.

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Things to Taste

Encourage your child to explore new tastes and textures.

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Thumb-in-the-Box Finger Play

Fun finger plays that you can do with your child.

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Thumbprint People

Fun art activity to do with your child.

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Tiny Bubbles

Use soapy water to make a fun learning activity.

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Tippy Toes

Show your child how to walk on tiptoes.

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Tissue Box Ukulele

Make an ukulele from household items such as a tissue box.

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Tracing Shapes

Draw shapes by using different objects to trace.

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Tummy Time with Contrasting Cards

Make tummy time more engaging by creating contrasting cards for your child to explore.

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Tuna Cakes

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. Enjoy making this delicious dish together.

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Tuna Cheesies

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. This recipe makes the most delicious tuna cheese sandwich that wil

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Turkey Avocado Burritos

Cooking teaches valuable lessons. Enjoy making this burrito with your little one.

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Turkey Bacon Muffin

Enjoy making this recipe with your child.

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Up and Down

Encourage your child's movement by playing an up and down game.

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Valentine’s Day Card and Rhyme

Celebrate Valentine's Day by making a card and rhyme for your loved one.

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Washing Toys

Use this activity as a time to talk about cleaning while having fun.

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Watching a Toy Go Out of Sight

This interactive activity is a great activity that you can do with your infant to encourage him/her

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Water Play

Introduce water play to your young child.

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Weather Watch

Look outside and talk about the weather.

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What Comes Next?

Play a fun game with your child to help him think of what comes next.

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What Could It Be?

Place an object in a box and have your child guess what's in it by feeling the object with her hands

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What Happened?

Help your baby learn cause and effect.

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Where Could It Be?

A fun guessing game to play with your child at home.

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Where is it?

Play a "where is it" game with your little one.

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Where Is the Button?

Play a fun guessing game with your child.

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Where’s the Other Slipper?

Have your child play a matching game to match each pair of slippers.

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Which Is Best?

Build your child's problem solving skills by helping him come up with solutions when problems occur.

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Wind Sock

Make your own wind sock.

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Writing Letters

Have your child write a letter to someone special.

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