Babies can be a lot of fun! Here are 45 ideas to spark your imagination and help the two of you connect.
Obstacle course is great for babies to develop their gross motor skills and easy to set up with home textile.
In this article you will find that we can use scrabble tiles not only for learning letter, but also great for fine motor development, practicing number count, sorting and more…
Your 3 month old is growing and becoming more aware every day. Here are a few things that you may see your 3 month old do.
Making a button snake to help the toddler learning to pass a button through a button hole.
These fun and simple baby games happen in the highchair, which help you while you are busy and want to keep the baby next to you safely.
This is a simple push & pull activity for little ones with no cost and low preparation.
Nice activity for little ones, includes two of their favorites: scissors and paint!
Here are a few quick and fun language building activities to try with your 6 to 12 months old baby.
This is a scooping activity to develop baby spoon control skill. Baby will have an excellent grasp after playing and practice.
A funny game to make sure that the time your baby spends on tummy is happy and positive. In the end you will get baby’s very first painting as a present.
A fun and simple way to play while sitting up, which also helps the little to practice sitting for a while.
Yoga for kids is healthy active learning and a great way to strengthen the mind-body connection.
Ten simple ideas to get the most out of Tummy Time.
Simple math activity with the help of feather, which will absolutely attract kids’ interest.
An easy activity to help kids reinforce what they had learn in Preschool and to help them wind down after a busy day.
This activity is not only easy to set but also covered many learnings and development for kids.
Song Cubes and Finding the Beat. A super fun way to learn rhythm, beat, and simple tunes for toddlers.
A multi-sensory approach to learning with this jump and learn game! Teach letters, numbers, shapes, colors, or spelling words with this whole body learning activity.
Name activities help kids learn to learn about letters, sounds, and even rhymes in meaningful ways.