Your baby will begin to explore the texture of paint using the sense of touch.
Category: Creative Art
This activity will encourage children to role play experiences they have had with community helpers such as doctors and nurses.
This is an activity that will encourage children to strengthen their grasping skills as they use eye droppers to create designs with food colouring.
Making face paint is a simple art towards being someone or something else! You and your toddler can enjoy the special moment together, pretending to be animals, insects or community helpers!
Fingerplay can enrich children’s vocabulary, expose them to different sounds, and are a wonderful way for grown ups and children to laugh together and interact.
Making playdough with a friend is a fun activity that helps to develop important social skills. As two children take turns adding and mixing ingredients they can enjoy each other’s company while squeezing their dough into shape.
This activity will encourage your child to imagine being various people as they try on different clothes, and gains skill in tying laces, pulling up zippers and doing up buttons.
This activity is appropriate for two-year-olds and older. Not only does this activity give you and your child a chance to be together, it’s environmentally friendly and offers a chance to talk with your child about recycling.
This activity will encourage children to practice stacking up small blocks while exploring colour patterns.
This activity will encourage children to strengthen their eye-hand co-ordination as they thread yarn through holes in familiar nature shapes.