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All About ME

Make each child a “Book About ME” with family photos and magazine pictures of favorite things. Encourage family members to read the book with their child.

Different Ways to Play

Help children master new skills, remember new ideas, and investigate the world. Find opportunities to include new concepts, ideas, and words in their play in different ways.

Draw and Write Together: My Boat

Have children draw a boat they built. Help them write or dictate a caption about something they learned while observing the boat.

Draw and Write Together: We Love Jazz!

Reread a few pages of Jazz Baby that feature sound and action words.  Have children choose one of the words and draw a picture.

Draw and Write Together: What Made That Sound?

Ask children to recall a sound they heard during the day and have them draw a picture of the source of the sound.

Draw and Write Together: What We Learned About Worms

Have children draw and dictate or write something they learned about the underground environment.

Draw and Write Together: “Worms” Chart

Have children draw and dictate or write a fact they learned about how worms help plants.

Learn About Letters Together: Decorate Letter “Kk”

Have children decorate an outline of the uppercase letter “K.” Name objects that begin with “K.”

Learn About Letters Together: Decorate Letter (“Ww”)

Have children decorate an outline of the uppercase letter “W.” Name objects that begin with “W.”

Learn About Letters Together: “Ee” Mobiles

Have children trace the outline of the letter “E” and decorate it with drawings, pictures, or stickers of “Ee” objects. Hang the mobiles around the room.  

Learn About Letters Together: Letter Shape (“Uu”)

Have children practice tracing the letter "Uu."

Learn About Letters Together: Shape and Decorate Letter (“Aa”)

Have children trace an uppercase “A” and decorate the page. Then have them march along a large “A” on the floor.

Learn About Letters Together: Shape and Decorate Letter (“Z”)

Give each child a large outline of the uppercase letter “Z” to decorate with different "Z" objects.

Make Your Mark

Have babies explore different materials with their hands, feet, fingers, and toes to help them exercise their pre-writing muscles.

Painting and Writing Fun

Give toddlers various tools to explore for drawing, painting, and writing to help them build pre-writing muscles and skills.

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