My son is almost 3, and he's still not really talking a lot, but he knows his ABC's and his numbers up to 10 (can recite them and recognize them) and various colors and animals and a couple of shapes, but I wonder if I actually did more with him if he would talk more (although I want to be able to teach him more regardless, the talking thing is just something I'm starting to worry about), so I'm wondering if there are any kind of activities or learning games, etc, that anyone would recommend?
I'd love to be able to put together a schedule that includes fun (but educational) things to do with him and I was just wondering if anyone had any suggestions. What kinds of things does/did your child do at his age? I can't get out, so anything I do have to be able to do from home... I'd love to start "homeschooling" him - kind of like have my own pre-k schedule for him at home. Any suggestions?
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