Support your infant’s developing brain and ability to self-regulate with this activity
What You Need:
What To Do:
- When your infant is crying and you know she is not hungry and has a clean diaper, calm yourself by taking three deep belly breaths.
- Hold your infant and use her movement preferences (rocking, bouncing or simply going on a walk with you) to calm her.
- Use a nurturing tone of voice and empathetic expression to show your understanding.
- Then reassure your infant and engage her upper-brain by saying, “You’re safe. I’m here.”
Preschoolers hear and play with sounds in words through singing and by playing rhyming games.
Preschoolers hear and play with sounds in words through singing and by playing rhyming games. Use this recipe to introduce words that have the same beginning sounds.
Toddlers develop alphabet knowledge when they are able to explore alphabets through sensory experiences.
Cooking teaches valuable lessons. Enjoy making this snack with your child.
Create a board of various objects and talk to your infant about the items, using descriptive words to build your child's vocabulary.
This healthy snack is perfect for hot summer days
Make your own book about a special day or person.
Use cup phones to teach your child about communication.
Help your infant's physical development by incorporating this tummy time activity to her daily routine.