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Back and Forth, Up and Down

Move a baby’s arms up and down and back and forth or count his fingers and toes as you use songs, chants, and nursery rhymes to introduce patterns and counting games.

Bigger and Bigger

Support babies as they figure out how to fit smaller boxes into larger ones or stack objects on top of one another.

Captain Baby

Help your baby see the world from a new perspective when you play “airplane.” Ready, set, take off!

Everyday Toys

Toys don’t have to be fancy or store-bought to bring hours of entertainment for your toddler.

Figure It Out

Play games to help toddlers use and strengthen their reasoning skills and to help them put their reasoning into words.

Finger Play

Try these fun songs as you move your hands to go with the words

Flashlight Games

Play flashlight games with toddlers to help them build language skills. Spotlight and name an object in the room and then talk about it.

Hide and Seek

Play hide-and-seek games with babies to help them learn that things and people exist even when they can’t be seen.

Let’s Pretend

Playing pretend games is a great way to learn and practice new words with your toddler.

Light Show

Go outside and explore light on a sunny day. Play shadow games and explore what happens when light passes through colored water. 

More . . . More . . . Too Many

Hand a baby more objects than she can hold to help a baby develop a strong sense of numbers. Play the game as you use lots of math vocabulary—here’s one toy, here’s one more, let’s count how many, and so on.

Move to the Groove

Music is a great way to get your baby moving and sets the stage for later fitness.

Path Games, Board Games

Build a child’s strong sense of numbers and a foundation for math learning in later years by playing simple board games together.


Playing Peek-a-Boo is not only fun, but helps your baby make an exciting discovery: things are still there when she can’t see them!

Play Write

Make writing part of your toddler’s pretend games, from make-believe shopping lists to party invitations.


Play a game with toddlers and help prepare them to become good readers. Focus on pictures in a book and talk about them together.  

Sort It Out

Sorting by color, size, texture, or any other category helps your toddler learn how things are alike or different.

Talk It Up

What does your baby respond to? Talk about his favorite toy or whatever grabs her attention.

Use Your Hands

Play hand and finger games with babies during regular routines to help them strengthen small motor muscle and learn to use their hands.

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