Colors: Many children are in the process of learning colors. Talk about how colors change when they are mixed or blended together.
Environmental Print: Print awareness is understanding that print is all around us. It is noticing print in your environment, knowing how to handle a book, and understanding how to follow the words on a page.
Letters: Letter Knowledge is knowing that letters are different from each other, that the same letter can look different, and that each letter has a name and is related to specific sounds.
The Importance of Play: Play is important for your child. It helps them emotionally and developmentally. Play helps children learn to deal with the world around them.
Singing:Most songs have a different note for each syllable. This helps children breakdown words so they hear individual sounds in a word. This is an important pre-reading skill.
Music: From birth to age 3 babies’ brains are growing at an incredible rate. Music provides the stimulation and opportunities for bonding.
Talking: Talking, telling stories and stretching conversations help children learn new words, learn to express themselves and learn how to have a conversation.
Writing:Scribbling and coloring develops fine motor-control, eye-hand coordination, and dexterity which are all important for learning to write later.