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Colors are everywhere. Play simple games to help your child recognize the colors she sees around her every day.
When your toddler helps you cook, he’s also learning math!
Your baby will love “reading” a family photo book—or any kind of simple, homemade book you create.
Set up a listening station in your home where your child can listen to different types of music.
Try a food your child has never had before. Talk about how it tastes and find out where and how it’s grown.
Planning a picnic together involves lots of early math concepts.
Holding objects in his hands and squeezing them is good practice for when your baby eventually holds crayons, markers, and pencils.
Sorting by color, size, texture, or any other category helps your toddler learn how things are alike or different.
What does your baby respond to? Talk about his favorite toy or whatever grabs her attention.
Make your child a “taste tester” as you prepare meals. Help her describe how foods smell, feel, look, and taste.
Introduce your child to another culture by making a traditional soup or salad from a culture other than your own.
Your baby loves hearing your voice! Help him give meaning to the sounds he makes as “da” becomes “da-da.”