Physical Development Poster

This pin is showing Physical development because it shows how an infant/child develops physical abilities, like walking.

Encourage developmental milestones with hands on learning for infants and toddlers. Refine fine motor skills, gross motor actions, hand eye coordination with fun toys and inviting colors.

Helping Your Child Develop Through Play

Helping Your Child Develop Through Play - toys and play materials for infants and toddlers

Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.

What To Do With Baby: A Guide to Developmentally Appropriate Play

Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.- I like this, but you should be reading to baby waaaay before 9 months!

Middle Childhood: Cognitive- This graphic is beneficial to understanding the types of play that can be beneficial to the cognitive growth of children. It is important for kids to participate in activities that furthers their development and this graphic overall discusses that.

9 Types of Play and Why They Matter #Infographic

Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn. Here are the 9 Types of Play and Why They Matter Infographic.

Paint mixing sensory bags.  Great no mess sensory activity for your special education classroom.  Get all the directions at:  http://besttoys4toddlers.com/home/shaving-cream-color-mixing-sensory-bag/

Shaving Cream Color Mixing Sensory Bag

Would like to put together a color mixing activity without all the mess that comes with it? Try shaving cream color mixing sensory bag!

Using toy blocks to build sight words. Freebie recording sheet on the blog.

Build a Sight Word (plus recording sheet)

MOBILE INFANTS Cognitive- 6.1.B About Me- My Senses- Texture Book.    Little Stars Learning Texture Book

Little Stars Learning Texture Book.Use textures to get students to remember letters, how to spell and write their names.

-Importance of play: Use these 3 simple and creative games for speech therapy reinforcement. You can easily modify them to meet your specific speech therapy goals and they can be used by SLPs and parents alike.

Infographic 5 Things To Know About Your Childs Playtime! Brought to you by - the most trusted online source for baby toys, wooden toys, and unique European toys!

Social Development | Child Development Educational School Posters

From our Child Development poster range, the Social Development Poster is a great educational resource that helps improve understanding and reinforce learning.

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