Body awareness and being able to identify body parts is an important aspect of a child’s development. Knowing the different body parts can help children learn how to follow instructions (clean your hands vs clean your nose) or express themselves (my tummy hurts vs my hand hurts). Typically, children would start pointing to different parts of their body when an adult names them between 15 to 18 months, and would start labeling them by the age of 2. Learning different body part
A few weeks ago our little daredevil had her first x-ray due to a little jumping on the bed incident. Yup 1 little monkey jumping on the bed, she fell off and bumped her head… broke her clavicle. Well ever since, she has been fascinated with the bones inside her body so there couldn’t be […]
Learning is more fun when it involves movement! Work on color recognition and sorting with this color family trip activity! Great activity for an all about me or family theme in tot school, preschool, or even kindergarten!