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Sing songs with actions and gestures to help toddlers expand their vocabularies and practice concepts.
Have your child explore water at bath time with plastic containers of different shapes and sizes.
Engage babies in reading right from the start. Read to babies, but let them explore books with their eyes, mouths, and fingers, too!
Create a story map to tell the sequence of the story Samantha on a Roll by Linda Ashman.
Have children dictate or write words that describe how they think the giant Abiyoyo sounds when he sings, talks, or walks.
Make a list with children of different things they like to do with their families.
Show magazine pictures of animals to children. Ask them to name the animals, then sort the sounds each make on a two-column chart titled “Loud/Soft.”
Invite children to create riddles that describe materials and tools.
Create simple color-mixing charts to represent what happens when colors are mixed.
Write a class poem incorporating children’s observations of different colors.
Create a “Same/Different” Chart to compare the versions of the three little pigs’ story.
Have children compare similarities and differences about two versions of a story. Chart results.
Have children draw, dictate, or write a letter to a family member about something they liked in the story The Little Red Hen.
As a group, create a list of words that describe Abiyoyo. Help children make their own version of an Abiyoyo puppet using these descriptions.
Invite children to reflect on what they have learned about families and friends.
Have children try three different kinds of apples. Make a graph of which apple they liked the best.
Print out or draw pictures of musical instruments on a chart and have children place their name card next to the instrument they like best.
Discuss feelings and have children draw a time they have specific feeling and dictate or write a caption.
Describe a fiesta and make a “Fiesta Foods” book by having children draw pictures of plant foods that begin with the letter “F.”
Discuss and draw pictures about different feelings friends can have when they are together.