Developmental Activities

Developmental Activities
Infant Lesson Plan
Ages 6 to 12 Weeks
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Point to and name the infant’s body parts and
your own.
Use the infant’s name each hour.
Move a toy out of view and then return it with
excitement.
Describe what is happening each time you diaper
or feed the infant.
Use words to describe the infant’s position in
space, such as up, down, high, low.
Name toys the infant plays with.
Greet and say good bye to the infant by name
each day.
Sit the infant so he or she can see themselves in
the mirror.
Materials
Needed
none
none
toy
none
none
toys
none
mirror
Introduce the other infants by name.
none
(All about me)
Acknowledge and name infant’s feelings.
none
Fine Motor
Development
Help infant wrap fingers around a slender toy.
toy
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Hold a toy above the infant and let her try to
reach for it.
Put a toy in front of the infant during tummy
time.
toy
toy
Gross Motor
Development
Bicycle infant’s legs while playing.
none
Hold infant to encourage head control.
none
(Look at what my body
can do)
Play games lifting infant above your head.
none
Sing 2 songs to the infant each day.
lyrics
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Move infant’s hands for patty-cake or to clap to
music.
Hold the infant and sway to music.
Imitate and encourage the infant to repeat coos
and gurgles.
Let infant watch you build and knock down block
towers.
Offer infant a frozen teething ring to hold.
Gently massage infant’s arms or legs.
Describe the texture of toys the infant is playing
with.
none
music
none
blocks
Teething
ring
none
toys
Try To Do These Activities At
Least Twice A Week
Infant Lesson Plan
Ages 3 to 4 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Materials
Needed
Offer two toys and name the one the infant seems to prefer.
toys
Point to and name the infant’s body parts.
Gently cover infants face with a light blanket and then quickly
pull it off with an excited expression.
none
blanket
Language
Development
Look at a picture book with the infant while naming the pictures.
book
Play “This Little Piggy” while wiggling the infant’s toes.
none
(Communicating with
each other)
Talk “baby talk” with the infant imitating his or her coos and
sounds.
none
Social
Development
Wave to the infant at arrival and departure.
none
Acknowledge each time the infant responds to his or her name.
none
Describe your emotions to the infant.
none
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Talk to the infant about how he or she may be feeling ( happy,
mad, sad, frustrated, hungry).
Nuzzle the infant’s tummy with your head to encourage him or
her to reach with both hands to capture your head.
Move a toy slowly to encourage the infant to track it with his or
her eyes and hands.
Show the infant a new toy while she is already grasping a toy to
encourage releasing her grip.
Place toys off to the infant’s side to encourage rolling.
Hold infant to allow him or her to practice pushing feet against
the floor as if standing.
Allow infant to lie on floor unrestricted to kick and swing hands
and feet independently.
Sing children’s songs to the infant.
Recite nursery rhymes to the infant.
Hold the infant in a sitting position and help him or her move in
time to music.
Make silly faces to encourage the infant to laugh and giggle.
Lay on your tummy looking at the infant while he or she is on
their tummy and imitate her.
Blow bubbles for the infant to watch and touch.
Let infant play in the water briefly while washing hands after
diapering.
Make and describe sounds that can be made with toys such as
rattles, squeaky toys, and drums.
none
none
toy
toy
toy
none
none
lyrics
rhymes
music
none
none
bubbles
none
toys
Try To Do These
Activities At Least
Twice A Week
Infant Lesson Plan
Ages 5 to 6 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Materials
Needed
Narrate the infant’s actions while playing. (You found the block.)
toys
Play “How Big is Baby” Raise her arms and say, “So big!”
Cover a toy while the infant is looking and then lift the cover and
excitedly say “Here it is!”
none
blanket
Language
Development
Hold the infant in front of a mirror and describe her reactions.
none
Play “Patty Cake” with the infant.
none
(Communicating with
each other)
Go on a walk pointing and naming what you see.
Introduce her to other staff or children.
Pass a ball or toy back and forth with the infant, saying “Thank
you”, “My turn”, and “Your turn.”
Wiggle your fingers in front of the infant pretending to tickle.
Move them closer to the baby saying “I’m going to get you!”
Speak in a soothing voice while massaging lotion onto infant’s
arms and legs.
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
none
none
none
mirror
Rock and cuddle the infant while singing softly or telling a story.
none
Give the infant lots of different sized toys to practice grasping.
toys
Place a musical toy close enough to the infant that she can make
it play when she hits it.
Place a soft toy on the infants head and encourage him to
“catch” when it falls.
Hold infant around the waist with feet touching the ground and
help her bounce up and down as if jumping.
Lay infant tummy down on a beach ball, securely holding him or
her, and gently rock the ball side to side and front to back.
Musical
toy
toy
none
beach ball
Lay infant on his back and gently pull him into a sitting position.
none
Sit near infant and clap and say his or her name in a sing-song
voice. Example: I see Johnny, I see Johnny.
none
Play different styles of music for the infant to listen to.
music
Give the infant rattles and other objects to shake and bang.
shakers
Repeat the sounds she makes developing a call and response.
none
Give the infant a lightweight scarf to wave and play with. Make
the scarf “dance” around him.
Gently roll a ball over the infant’s different body parts.
While the infant is preoccupied, squeeze a squeaky toy behind
or near her and watch for her to turn to follow the sound.
Fan the infants face and hair.
scarf
none
Squeaky
toy
Paper fan
Try To Do These
Activities At Least
Twice A Week
Infant Lesson Plan
Ages 7 to 8 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Materials
Needed
Play “Peek A Boo” with the infant.
blanket
Play with a similar toy as the infant and describe how yours is
alike and different.
Read board books with the infant letting her turn the pages.
Point and name the objects in the pictures.
Name toys or objects the infant reaches for or seems to desire.
Babble back and forth with the infant using lots of “b” and ”p”
sounds. He should be able to start imitating you.
Start demonstrating Baby Signs for “mom”, “dad”, “more”, and
“milk”. Gently move the infant’s hands to make the signs.
Encourage the infant to wave when she arrives and leaves or
when you enter and return to the room.
Sit with several infants and help them “trade” toys and “take
turns”. Use phrases like “Thanks for sharing” and “Let’s share”.
Acknowledge when the infant gets scared or startled by a loud
noise. Soothe her and demonstrate what made the sound.
Clap and praise the infant when he practices and masters new
developmental milestones.
Play with infant showing him how to put small toys in and out of
a larger container.
Hold a toy off to the side of the infant to encourage her to reach
across her body to get it. (left hand reaches to right side)
Encourage infant to hold her own bottle.
Put a toy on a low shelf to encourage the infant to reach and
pull himself up to kneeling or standing.
Encourage infant to get herself from lying to sitting on her own.
Set infant in a crawling position and encourage him to move by
putting a desired toy just out of reach.
Holding infant securely, help her stand and dance to the music.
none
blanket
none
none
none
none
none
none
none
toys
toy
bottle
none
none
toy
music
Sing “Where is Baby” to the tune of “Where is Thumbkin”.
Sit with the infant facing you on a pillow. Sing “Pop Goes the
Weasel” using “Baby” and help her stand-up on the word “POP”.
Play and talk to the infant with a hand puppet.
Give the infant some paper to crinkle and crunch. Also try with a
strip of masking tape. Watch carefully so he doesn’t eat it.
Give the infant different textured cloth books or material to
explore.
Talk to the infant about her temperature and the temperature
of objects, such as a warm bottle or cold teething ring.
Give the infant time to “play” with food while in the highchair.
Textured
materials
none
food
Try To Do These
Activities At Least
Twice A Week
Infant Lesson Plan
Ages 9 to 10 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Let the infant see you hide a favorite toy and then encourage
him to find it.
Wrap a toy in a pillow case and let the infant figure out how
to get it out.
Play alongside the infant with stuffed animals naming the
animals and making the animal sounds.
Use baby signs to describe common items and tasks, such as
bottle and diaper, tired and hungry.
Take time to name objects the infant points out.
Help the infant say “hi and bye” to her friends and teachers.
Encourage the infant to blow kisses to you while telling her
how much you like her.
Roll a ball back and forth with the infant saying “your turn”
and “my turn”. Eventually, include another child in the
sharing.
Acknowledge infant’s separation anxiety and reassure him he
is ok and that mom or dad will be back.
Verbally praise infant and clap for her when she completes a
task. Watch for her to respond to your praise.
Give the infant cheerios or puffs one at a time; letting her
practice picking them up with her fingers.
Give the infant a spoon to hold and play with while you are
feeding him.
Offer the infant toys with buttons to push.
Create a mound of pillows and help the infant lay on top and
explore the ways her body can move.
Arrange furniture or toys to allow the infant to crawl in and
around objects.
Materials
Needed
Toy
Pillow
Case
Stuffed
Animals
Baby
Signs
none
none
none
Ball
none
none
Cheerios
or Puffs
Spoon
Toys
Pillows
none
Hold the infant’s hands and help them take walking steps.
none
Let the infant explore how a xylophone works.
Hold the infant in your arms while walking at different paces
and describing fast or slow.
Sing a lullaby to the infant while rocking him to sleep.
xylophone
Read to the infant using funny voices for the characters.
Books
Use a hand puppet to play with the infant. Make voices for
the puppet when you or the infant moves the puppet.
Put objects of different textures in a “feel box” for the infant
to play with.
Let the infant play in the water while washing hands.
Give the infant an ice cube to play with while in the highchair.
none
None
Puppets
“Feel Box”
none
Ice Cubes
Try To Do These
Activities At Least
Twice A Week
Infant Lesson Plan
Ages 11 to 12 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Play “Peek a Boo” and encourage the infant to do the
“hiding”.
While playing together, ask the infant to hand you familiar
objects.
Play with the infant gently tickling and naming her different
body parts.
Encourage the infant to learn some basic baby signs.
Offer the infant two toys and name the one she chooses.
(Communicating with
each other)
Show the infant pictures and talk about daily routines.
Social
Development
Offer the infant a toy you are playing with in exchange for
one she has, saying “Let’s trade” and Thank You.”
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Materials
Needed
Sit with two or three infants helping them play together.
Sing “If You’re Happy and You Know It” with exaggerated
expressions.
Talk about another infant who is laughing or crying. Example:
“Look, Jane is laughing, she is silly.”
Help the infant to play with a shape sorting box.
Stack a tower of blocks and sing “London Bridges” each time
the infant knocks it over.
Give the infant a “sticky ball” made from tape to promote
transferring from hand to hand.
Encourage the infant to stand without support and cruise
around furniture.
Give the infant opportunities to throw objects in an overhand
fashion.
Give the infant plenty of opportunity to try walking.
Sing “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” encouraging the infant to imitate
your movements.
Play music and have fun watching the infant “dance”.
Let the infant play with musical instruments.
Sorter
Blocks
Tape Ball
None
Balls or
Beanbags
None
None
Music
Instruments
Let the infant finger paint with pudding in his highchair.
Make funny faces and sounds, encouraging the infant to
imitate them.
Offer the infant a sensory bag or bottle to explore.
Let the infant sit in a tub of rice.
Make different sounds and watch the infant respond.
Change the pitch, loudness, and speed.
Sensory
Items
Tub of Rice
Try To Do These
Activities At
Least Twice A
Week
Toddler Lesson Plan
Ages 13 to 14 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Cognitive
Development
Ask the toddler to follow simple commands like come here,
pick up the ball, or find a book.
Get two similar toys and while playing with the toddler
describe how they are alike and different. This truck is big.
This truck is small. Your truck has wheels like mine.
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Play “I Can, You Can”. I can touch my toes, can you?
Label and describe daily objects and routines.
Ask the toddler to point to body parts.
Make eye-contact, smile, nod, and respond to the toddler’s
babble conversations with a give and take rhythm.
Teach the toddler how to give and receive “high-fives”.
Encourage the toddler to say or sign please and thank you at
meals and snacks.
Give the toddler opportunities each day to find pictures of
him posted around the room.
Show the toddler pictures of children with happy and sad
faces and describe them. “This girl is happy, she is smiling.”
Put toys in a narrow necked container for the toddler to
figure out how to get out.
Offer the toddler “Pop Beads” to pull apart and reconnect.
Put a toy in a container with a flip up lid. Encourage her to
take items in and out while opening and shutting the lid.
Set up opportunities for the toddler to practice climbing skills
in a safe environment.
Pretend to chase the toddler to so she walks or runs away
from you. Encourage her to start to try to catch you.
Toss a ball back and forth with the toddler.
Teach the toddler Ring Around the Rosie.
Give the toddler lightweight scarves to dance and twirl with.
Teach the toddler songs with hand movements such as “Five
Little Monkeys” and “Teasing Mr. Alligator”.
Let the toddler practice drawing with a crayon or marker.
Give the toddler pieces of bright paper to crumple up and
tear apart.
Offer the toddler sensory bottles to shake and discover how
the sand or liquid inside changes.
Put toys in a tub of water for the toddler to retrieve.
Let the toddler play with mounds of whipped cream.
Materials
Needed
Try To Do These
Activities At
Least Twice A
Week
Toddler Lesson Plan
Ages 15 to 16 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Cognitive
Development
Offer the toddler choices while playing. Do you want the fire
truck or the police car? Name what she chooses.
Play “follow the leader”.
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Ask the toddler to bring you specific toys.
Imitate talking on the phone with the toddler using a toy
phone. Model conversational turn taking.
Encourage the toddler to say “shhh” while putting her finger
up to her mouth when it is noisy.
Let the toddler imitate your actions while preparing food.
Name the different actions such as cutting and stirring.
Play “Where is ____?” naming other children in the room.
Encourage the toddler to start saying the names of teachers
and friends.
Show the toddler pictures of faces with varying expressions.
Sing and do the actions for “If You’re Happy & You Know It”
Roll a wheeled toy back and forth to the toddler.
Fine Motor
Development
Offer the toddler toys of varying heft to lift and carry.
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Offer the toddler opportunities to stack objects such as rings
on a cone.
Gross Motor
Development
Set up tunnels for the toddler to crawl through.
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Hold the toddler’s hand while encouraging her to walk up and
down an incline.
Set up opportunities for the toddler to practice kicking a ball.
Play “Ring Around the Rosie” with the toddler.
Sing “Old MacDonald” and encourage the toddler to make the
animal sounds.
Play “freeze dance” stopping and starting with the music.
Give the toddler brushes and water to “paint” the sidewalk.
Put food dye in water and oil letting him swirl them together.
Take a big ball and roll it on the toddlers back or stomach
while she is lying down.
Give the toddler pieces of paper, foil, wax paper to crumple.
Give the toddler an ice cube to play with.
Materials
Needed
Try To Do These
Activities At
Least Twice A
Week
Toddler Lesson Plan
Ages 17 to 18 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Give the toddler toys to place in a tub of water. Describe
which ones sink or float.
Show her pictures of family members and encourage her to
name them.
Offer the toddler small toys to sort into multi-colored cups.
Encourage the toddler to name specific foods when he wants
a second helping to eat.
Model how to use words when he wants you to play with him.
If he grabs your hand to pull you to a toy, ask him to say
“Come play” and follow when he tries to say it.
Model how to sign and say “all done” when finished eating.
Encourage the toddler to sign and firmly say “stop” when
another child is entering her personal space.
Encourage the toddler to bring toys to a friend when you see
he wants to play near someone or with what they have.
When the toddler is upset and crying, tell her about
something that makes you cry. “I can see you’re sad.
Sometimes, I cry when I have to say good-bye.”
Offer the toddler an alternative to hitting when he is mad. “I
can see you are mad. I stomp my feet when I’m mad. Can you
stomp like me?”
Give the toddler large wooden beads to string and unstring.
Put scarves in a tube for the toddler to pull out and stuff
back inside.
Give the toddler large clothes pins to practice pinching.
Help the toddler to do log rolls.
Demonstrate how to make a snow angel and encourage the
toddler to mimic you.
Let the toddler run in the gym while playing dodge ball with
pom-poms.
Sing songs with the toddler changing from quiet to loud.
Play music and let the toddler accompany with a shaker.
Dance each time the toddler makes a musical toy start. Then,
you make it play and encourage the toddler to dance.
Give the toddler sidewalk chalk to draw with on different
textured surfaces.
Give the toddler ink stamps to decorate a paper table cloth.
Let the toddler roll and squeeze play dough.
Hide foam letters and numbers in a dishpan of dried beans.
Give the toddler gelatin blocks to play with and eat.
Give the toddler gel filled sensory bags to squish and pat.
Materials
Needed
Try To Do These
Activities At
Least Twice A
Week
Toddler Lesson Plan
Ages 19 to 20 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Cognitive
Development
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Creative
Expression
(Let’s create together)
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
While playing in the tunnel, talk to the toddler about going
“in” and coming “out of the tunnel. Let the toddler roll a ball
or car “in” and “out” describing the action.
When the toddler wants something, use “first” – “then”
language. If the toddler wants a snack say “first we wash
hands then we eat”.
Point and name the body parts of a doll or stuffed animal.
Encourage the toddler to use words such as “up” and “down”
when he wants to be held or set down.
Point to other children in the room and say “Who’s that?”
encouraging her to say their names.
Encourage him to greet friends as they arrive with a “highfive” or other appropriate gesture.
Teach the toddler the sign for “take turns”. Then play with a
toy modeling the sign when you gently take the toy.
Encourage her to clap for friends when you say “great job.”
When playing “babies” help him to rock the baby and pretend
to pat its back and give it “loves”.
Offer the toddler large pegs to insert and hammer into holes.
Allow the toddler to try to put on his own socks and shoes.
Put a toy in a container with a lid and encourage the toddler
to open the container.
Offer opportunities for the toddler to climb up and down
steps with constant supervision.
Model dribbling a ball and allow the toddler to imitate you.
Help the toddler to slide down a gentle sloping slide.
Play music and clap to the beat, encouraging him to clap
along with your pattern.
Encourage the toddler to act out songs with movements.
Sing and act out “This is the way we wave our hands.”
Offer the toddler different hats to play dress-up and help her
play pretend.
Put contact paper sticky-side-up and let the toddler stick
textured items on it.
Have a pretend “tea party” letting the toddler cook for you.
Help the toddler to roll on top of a large ball.
Give the toddler scented play dough to play with.
Roll the toddler up in a small rug like a burrito.
Materials
Needed
Try To Do These
Activities At
Least Twice A
Week
Toddler Lesson Plan
Ages 21 to 23 Months
Week of _________________________
Child’s Name ___________________________
Developmental
Domain
Description of Teacher Directed Activities
Cognitive
Development
Let the toddler show you pictures of her family and
encourage her to point and name people and activities.
(Discovering the world
around me)
Language
Development
(Communicating with
each other)
Social
Development
(The people around me)
Emotional
Development
(All about me)
Fine Motor
Development
(Look at what my hands
and fingers can do)
Gross Motor
Development
(Look at what my body
can do)
Music and
Movement
(Let’s dance and sing
together)
Share the day’s activities with the toddler using a picture
schedule to show him what comes next or what is finished.
Encourage the toddler to say the name of each food served.
Show the toddler pictures of animals and encourage her to
say the names and make the animal sound.
Encourage the toddler to string several words to make a
sentence such as “Daddy at work”.
Encourage him to say “walk away” or “please stop” when
another child invades his space.
Encourage the toddler to use “please” and “thank you” when
wanting a toy from you or a peer.
Take turns with the toddler making funny and sad faces in a
mirror together.
When you read stories to the toddler identify how the
character is feeling. “Jessie Bear is hungry”
Give the toddler the opportunity to feed herself with a spoon.
Give the toddler large noodles or beads to string on a pipe
cleaner or stiff string.
Let the toddler practice cutting and rolling playdough.
Encourage the toddler to climb up a small slide and slide
down independently.
Encourage the toddler to follow the leader as you jump, spin,
run, and other large motor movements.
Play catch with the toddler to improve eye hand coordination.
Play group musical games such as “Ring Around the Rosie”,
“London Bridges” and “Hokey Pokey”.
Encourage the toddler to dance with scarves or ribbons.
Encourage the toddler to accompany songs with a drum,
rattle, or bells.
Creative
Expression
Offer the toddler dress-up shoes and clothes to play with.
(Let’s create together)
Offer the toddler opportunities to watercolor with brushes.
Sing songs with the toddler being “loud” and “soft”.
Give the toddler the opportunity to scoop and shovel sand
into buckets or other containers.
Let the toddler play with items that float and sink in the
water table. Describe what is happening.
Sensory
(Discovering my five
senses)
Encourage the toddler to act out being different animals.
Materials
Needed
Try To Do These
Activities At
Least Twice A
Week
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