12 months & up. Animals are appealing to children of all ages and provide endless opportunities for vocabulary development as they encounter stories, pictures, and real life animals. When toddlers have opportunities to learn about animals and to care for them, they are also learning about respecting living creatures and beginning responsibility. With carefully selected materials and bilingual activity card(s) targeted towards each stage of development, this kit promotes learning while strengthening… More »
6 months & up. Young infants begin to learn about the world around them by observing, exploring, and interacting with people and objects in their environment. Simple activities that encourage exploration and discovery promote important developmental skills, while providing opportunities to bond with your special baby! With carefully selected materials and bilingual activity card(s) targeted towards each stage of development, this kit promotes learning while strengthening the bond between parent… More »
12 months & up. Language is only one form of communication, and for babies, communication begins at birth with the first cry. Even before your baby can speak they are learning to understand the language they hear around them. Talking to them, reading simple books, and incorporating facial expressions and body language in communication are all important ways of promoting your child's emerging language skills. With carefully selected materials and bilingual activity card(s) targeted towards each… More »
6 months & up. The most basic of baby games involves hiding and reappearing -- peek-a-boo! What seems like simple fun is actually teaching baby about a complex concept: object permanence. This means that your little one is learning that just because an item can no longer be seen, it doesn't mean that it no longer exists. With carefully selected materials and bilingual activity card(s) targeted towards each stage of development, this kit promotes learning while strengthening the bond between… More »
12 months & up. With a limited vocabulary, your toddler may have a hard time expressing their feelings. This can lead to frustration and tantrums as they struggle to understand and communicate their needs. What's the best way to help them develop the skills they need to handle their emotions? By playing with them! When parents and caregivers role model situations and identify emotions, little ones learn that there is more than one way to express how they are feeling. With carefully selected… More »
This set of 52 cards will provide families and child care providers with a year of interactive family engagement activities. These simple and straightforward ideas are enjoyable for teachers, families, and children alike. Activity card(s) measure 5" x 5" and store in a sturdy plastic container.