Sunday 4th December 2016
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We have lots of great printable activities to support your toddler's development. All specially created to enable you to spend rewarding time with your little one.
Duggee is a big, friendly dog who runs the Squirrel Club.
In each episode, the Squirrels have an adventure and solve a problem. Enjoy our Hey Duggee resources here!
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.
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.
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This activity develops children's fine motor skills and lets them enjoy having control. Let your child stack the blocks, and don't worry if they are more interested in knocking them down again. It's still good for their physical development!
Everything you need to help your child learn to read!
With the Alphablocks Reading Programme, supporting your little one as they learn to read has never been easier! With 15 colourful magazines, over 100 stickers, Alphablock letter tiles for word building, games to play, reward stars and more, it’s a big pack of learning fun.
Try it for yourself here!
Plus, enjoy our Alphablocks resources here!
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!
Children need to explore, experiment and play with objects and noises around them. This activity helps children develop responses to their five senses.
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!
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.