P painting the balloon l asking the caregiver to blow

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P: Painting the balloon. L: Asking the caregiver to blow it up for him or her A: Suspense. The child will wonder what the balloon will look like when it gets “big.” C: Learning their colors E: Telling the caregiver what they will paint on the balloon. S: Doing this activity with the caregiver (10)Activities for toddlers: Appropriate for ages: 1-3 Skills developed: Hand-eye coordination, Steadiness/balance, team play, large motor What you’ll need: Paint stir sticks, scotch tape, paper plates, and balloons Tape the paint stir stick to the paper plate as a handle (like a racket) for the child to hit the balloon. Blow up a balloon and let the games begin between you and the child. P: Hitting the balloon L: Laughing and grunting when they hit the balloon. A: Learning to keep the balloon off the ground (balance/steadiness) C: Hitting the balloon back to the caregiver (Hand-eye coordination) E: Laughing when the child hits the balloon. S: Doing this activity with the caregiver (11)Activities for toddlers: Appropriate for ages: 1-3 Skills developed: fine motor What you’ll need: Shaving cream, construction paper, food coloring, glue, and Baking sheet (with tin foil over it.) Take the shaving cream and squirt it into the tin foil baking sheet, add a little food coloring to the shaving cream so it will look more interesting to the child, and for thickness add some glue if you wish to do so. Lay out a piece of construction paper, color of the child’s choice and let them transfer the shaving cream with their fingers onto the construction paper, Letting them finger paint with colored shaving cream. P: Finger painting the shaving cream onto the construction paper L: Writing their name in the shaving cream A: Learning the texture of the shaving cream C: Recognizing the weight of the shaving cream, how light it is compared to finger paint E: Finger painting the construction paper S: Having the caregiver help them with transferring the shaving cream onto the construction paper
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(12)Activities for toddlers: Appropriate for ages: 1-3 Skills developed: fine motor What you’ll need: Different colored pom poms and a muffin pan Lay down the muffin tin and place a pom pom of each color in every little space. Then let the child continue to sort the colored pom poms. P: dropping the pom poms into the muffin spaces of the pan L: Asking for help if the child gets confused with a color A: Learning their colors C: Learning how to sort E: Clapping their hands when they are done with a color S: Asking the caregiver for help (13)Activities for toddlers : Appropriate for ages: 1-3 Skills developed: Fine motor What you’ll need: Stacking blocks and a number mat from 0-10 Lay out the number mat from 0-10. And let the stack each number of blocks on each number, letting the child know this many blocks equals this many numbers.
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