In our infant program, we start using baby sign language from the earliest months. Baby signs are common terms that have been modified and simplified from American Sign Language. The sign for this month is “All Done”. To sign the phrase “All Done”, place both hands in front of your chest and flip them outwards and inwards.
Activities using music and songs add fun and happiness to your child’s day. Moving to music helps your child learn that they can use their muscles in different and fun ways. Songs help them practice words that they are just learning to say.
This month, your child will learn to connect the events in stories to their own life experiences, match animals with their sounds, and continue identifying shapes and colors.
This month, your child will learn to count to 30, recognize numbers 1-10, and identify animals and their habitats.
This month, your child will use adjectives to describe settings, place objects in order by length, and add and subtract using concrete objects.
Read Together, Talk Together
–Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book by: Rod Campbell
–Goodnight Gorilla by: Peggy Rathman
-Clifford the Big Red Dog by: Norman Bridwell
Here is some Valentine’s Day fun…here you can find fun and easy crafts that your little ones can make and give to celebrate Valentine’s Day.