Talking about signs as you go about your day is a simple way to support your preschooler’s emergent reading, social and …
Rhyming is fun, but it also helps your child learn to crack the code of written language! Get 5 simple tips for using rhymes to amplify early literacy.
Stomp, slap and sing to your own special beat. This easy, musical game grows listening, math and small motor skills with your preschooler’s unique rhythm. Ages 2 years & up.
How many rhymes can you find? Taking turns with this simple game challenges your preschooler’s language, social and hand-eye coordination skills at the same time! Ages 3 years & up.
What do pretend reading and rhyming have in common? They’re signs of your preschooler’s literacy! Today we share the basics of your preschooler’s emergent reading and 4 fun ways to foster it.
Walk a-round to see what’s round! Look up, look down, and talk about all the circle shapes your child can see. Picking out a single shape builds your preschooler’s …
Help sharpen your preschooler’s visual acuity by searching for all those rectangles today. Don’t forget– talking with your little one encourages their thought development, environmental awareness, receptive and expressive language. Ages 2 years & older.