Literacy – go for an environmental print walk in your neighborhood. Invite your child to read the signs.
Mathematics – read the story, “Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed.” Ask your child to say how many monkeys are left on the bed.
Language development – while driving in the car, encourage your child to talk about where you are going and what might happen when you arrive.
Learning development – go on a shape hunt. Look for objects shaped like a circle, triangle, rectangle, square, oval and diamond.
Problem solving – give your child three photos: one of an infant, one of a toddler and a current photo. Have your child place the photos in the correct order.
Personal information – practice writing the names of family members. Practice writing your child’s last name.
Small muscle development – create pictures using crayons washed over with water color paints.
Large muscle development – play traditional singing games such as “The Hokey Pokey” and “Looby Loo.”