Time for sitting still? Download and use these activity cards for quiet play interactions.
Young children like to touch and feel things that have texture. They also are very interested in their name.
Playing with alphabet letters is a great way to help your child see the difference between letters.
While you read to your child, ask questions that require more than a one-word answer.
Take time to read and talk with your child.
Have fun with words.
You and your child can share stories with each other.
When learning to talk, young children often speak in one word statements such as "milk," "truck," and "play". You can add more words to help them hear and learn complete sentences.