Helping Your Child Develop Through Play - toys and play materials for infants and toddlers
Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.- I like this, but you should be reading to baby waaaay before 9 months!
Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn. Here are the 9 Types of Play and Why They Matter Infographic.
Would like to put together a color mixing activity without all the mess that comes with it? Try shaving cream color mixing sensory bag!
Segment blend spelling blocks for sight words
6 Gross Motor Activities for Large Groups. Kids love obstacle courses and sport/field days. Chapter 12 on large motor.
Creative Scissor Skills ideas and tips for helping kids work on cutting with scissors, from an Occupational Therapist
Early Childhood years) Developmental Milestones ages 3 to 5 chart. What child development skills you can expect will be mastered between these ages.
I think this is a great information about child developing their social and emotional skill base on the age and grade.
Alphabet beans matching activity- great for learning the alphabet! -- scrabble tiles used to build sight words like this might be a good idea too.