Strong Vocabulary Skills Lead to School Readiness
Because 80% of your baby's brain develops by her 3rd birthday, early and continuous exposure to new words will significantly help her achieve success in early literacy, reading comprehension, and school later on. So be sure to keep on reading The Daily Bee with your baby!

Chemical reactions can be seen in a lot of things we do, but it can really be seen when we cook! Cooking and baking would be impossible without chemical reactions, and if matter couldn't change states, we wouldn't have delicious treats like frozen ice cream or melted butter on pancakes. Help your child learn about chemical reactions with Chemistry in the Kitchen.


What will Your child learn?
Language Development
  • Receptive Language
  • Vocabulary Knowledge
  • Appreciation and Knowledge of Books and Stories
  • Awareness of Print and Illustrations
Physical Development
  • Not developed during this play
Cognitive Development
  • Sensory Exploration
  • Cause and Effect
  • Scientific Knowledge
  • Scientific Observation
  • Knowledge of Common Objects
  • Initiative and Curiosity
What did your child learn?
Social Emotional Development
  • Not developed during this play
Language Development
  • Receptive Language
  • Vocabulary Knowledge
  • Appreciation and Knowledge of Books and Stories
  • Awareness of Print and Illustrations
Physical Development
  • Not developed during this play
Cognitive Development
  • Sensory Exploration
  • Cause and Effect
  • Scientific Knowledge
  • Scientific Observation
  • Knowledge of Common Objects
  • Initiative and Curiosity


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