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Snipping with Scissors

Your Child Will Learn

Fine motor control and beginning scissor skills 

Here’s What to Do

  1. Demonstrate how to snip paper with child-sized safety scissors. Exaggerate your finger movements and say “cut” with every snip.
  2. Let me practice holding and moving

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Drawing a Line

Your Child Will Learn

How to draw a line

Here’s What to Do

  1. Tape a piece of paper to the table and let me explore making marks with crayons.
  2. Make a vertical line on the paper while I watch. Ask

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Snacks in a Bottle

Your Child Will Learn

Problem solving and fine motor skills

Here’s What to Do

  1. Let me watch you put a piece of cereal or other small snack into a small clear container with a narrow opening (like a spice bottle). 

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What, Where, When?

Your Child Will Learn

How to ask questions using “What,” “Where,” and “When.”

Here’s What to Do

  1. Throughout the day, try giving me lots of examples of questions that start with “What,” “Where,” and “When.”
  2. If I ask a question

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Opposite Words

Your Child Will Learn

How to compare things using opposite words

Here’s What to Do

  1. Throughout the day, help give me examples of two opposite words. 
  2. Some ideas for Up/Down:
    • Say “Up” with each step we take while walking upstairs,

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Saying More and More Words

Your Child Will Learn

How to add more words to their spoken vocabulary

Here’s What to Do

  1. Throughout the day, name lots of objects, actions, foods, and people. Give me a chance to imitate you.
  2. Talk out loud during everyday

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Naming Objects

Your Child Will Learn

How to answer a question with a word they know

Here’s What to Do

  1. Think of a word I can say. Point to that object and ask “What’s that?”
  2. If I’m learning a new word, ask

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Responding to Music

Your Child Will Learn

How to notice and react to music

Here’s What to Do

  1. Play lots of different types of music for me throughout the day. Help me feel the rhythm of the music by moving to the beat

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Laughs and Chuckles

Your Child Will Learn

To communicate feelings of pleasure and delight

Here’s What to Do

  1. Let’s discover games that make me laugh. Here are some ideas to try:
    • Nuzzling my tummy with your face
    • Playing ‘pat-a-cake’ with my hands or

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Who’s That in the Mirror?

Your Child Will Learn

That the person in the mirror is themselves! 

Here’s What to Do

  1. Look into a mirror with me. Smile and say hello to help me learn that the baby in the mirror is me.
  2. Make a

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