Friday 25th September 2020

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1-3 years intro

Your toddler's brain is like a sponge, soaking up new actions, words and ideas every day. These activities are specially for them.

Contrasting Colours - Animal Posters

The most important thing a baby can see is your face, but as they reach six or seven months old, they enjoy bright colours and recognise different objects. We hope they'll enjoy our animal posters. Older babies can make animal sounds!

Asking Questions

When you encourage your child to ask questions, you help them think about their world. Asking questions - and receiving your answers! - helps children understand how and why things happen in the world around them.

Bathtime Maths

Water play in the bath is a great opportunity for a toddler maths session! This activity lets your child enjoy filling and emptying things using different containers.

Building Blocks

Your child can have great fun stacking the blocks.

They'll probably also enjoying knocking them down!

This activity develops fine motor skills and lets children enjoy having control.

Pretend Games

Pretend games allow children to investigate and to respond to the objects around them. This activity lives within our Understanding the World 1-3 years section. 

iChild Nursery Rhyme Album

Listen to our lovely tracks and receive 2 FREE MP3 songs

Then download the lyrics and colouring-in sheets!

Fingers and Toes

This activity helps develop your toddler's communication skills. It's a fun way to help your baby explore expression, find their voice and learn how to listen and respond. It's also great for learning about parts of the body!

A Little Sense

Children need to explore, experiment and play with objects and noises around them. This activity helps children develop responses to their five senses.

Numbers Sheet

1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8, 9, 10.
Look at the numbers, count the pictures and help your little ones count all the way to ten!

Personalised Placemats

Let your child decorate get creative by decorating their own placemat. This may well make dinner time more fun as well! This will helps children's creative development building their confidence in their ability.


Am I Happy or Sad?

Talking about feelings helps children's emotional development. This activity helps them recognise their own emotions and begin to understand those of others. It lives in our PSE Development 1-3 years section.