Applique is an activity available for children from a very early age. It helps train child’s abstract thinking and improve shape, color, and texture recognition. It’s also a good way to spend quality time together. Working together to create collaborative art builds language and social skills.
Coloring is not just a way to occupy your child for a bit, it helps kids get ready for success in school. Coloring helps improve writing and fine motor skills, and kids learn to focus on details while they work. Plus, it’s a great way to slow down and relax, for children and adults.
Everyone loves puzzles, but why are they so important? Puzzles have a great influence on physical, cognitive, and emotional skills. They help children learn patience and let them practice setting goals. Children learn to try different solutions to problems, build fine motor skills, and improve math skills by figuring out how smaller pieces come together to form a whole picture.
Shadow games help kids improve attention, observation and visual memory. And don’t forget about physical development - dragging the object to its silhouette is good for fine motor skills and coordination.
Animals & their babies
These animal worksheets can help your preschooler gain school readiness skills in a fun way. You and your child can work together to learn the names of animals and their offspring, and study the similarities and differences between adult animals and their babies.