Familyfun.go.com - That's a great site for ideas on what fun things to do with your kids.
ANYTHING you do with your kids is helping them grown and learn. The important thing is, is to be verbally repeditive and try new things everyday. "Do you see that Red Truck?" "Can you hand me the yellow ball?" are great ways of being verbally repeditive. Sing the alphabet everyday. Write down letters on a piece of paper and point to them as you sing the alphabet. Use your fingers to count to five or to ten. Toddlers are facincated at how we can use our fingers to count that they try to do it with us. Count out the blocks as you stack them in a tower. Being repeditive and using numbers, colors, and letters in your everyday speaking will help your child recognize them and learn when to apply them. As well as learn how to say them in order.
at 11:04 PM on May. 28, 2010