Learning Activities for Kids
- Sing and read to your baby.
- Call objects by name during your daily routine.
- Provide visually stimulating environment for your baby.
- Hold and touch and your baby.
- Imitate the noises your baby makes.
- Play simple games with your baby, such as pat-a-cake or peek-a-boo.
- Teach your child about body parts. Show here where they are and what they are called. Make a game of quizzing her asking her to "find your elbow" or pointing to a body part and asking what it's called.
- Use picture books to help your child build vocabulary.
- Play with large puzzles and blocks.
- Encourage your child to undress herself.
- Dance with your child.
- Read to your kid and ask your child simple questions about stories you've read to her.
- Make games of sorting and matching objects. Laundry and dishes provide excellent everyday opportunities for this kind of learning.
- Teach your child songs.
- Discuss events sequentially.
- Allow age appropriate computer play.
- Read storybooks to your child. Ask your child to retell stories.
- Engage imaginative storytelling by asking your child to describe what would happen "if ..."
- Arrange educational field trips.
- Play rhyming games with your child.
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