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Listening Game for Toddlers

Today we got out our bricks to play this listening game for toddlers. Ours are the Melissa & Doug cardboard bricks. You can find them or something similar on Amazon. They are a lot of fun for imaginative play. If you don’t have bricks you can use construction paper or even colored painter’s tape on the floor for this …

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60 Free Printable Matching Games for Kids

A printable matching game is a great first activity to try with your toddler or preschooler. You can print a card game and match, sort, or play Memory with these cards. Here’s a collection of 60+ FREE printable matching games and printable memory games for your preschooler or toddler:   Matching Colors Young children can …

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15 Ways to Explore Colors

Exploring colors with your little one can often be overwhelming for parents. Here are 15 great ways to explore colors with your child.  (left to right) Ladybug Color Matching (printable) – A simple matching activity for your bug lover Color Sorting (printable) Multiple images for each color allows for great vocabulary development while you talk …

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