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!

AT HOME, THE PET STORE, OR THE ZOO – Have fun showing your child these silly pictures of animals wearing clothes in Animal Dress Up. Silly they may be, but the animals in their red outfits are also a good way to talk about the different clothes we wear, adjectives, and Understanding Same, Different, and Opposites.


What will Your child learn?
Language Development
  • Receptive Language
  • Vocabulary Knowledge
  • Appreciation and Knowledge of Books and Stories
  • Awareness of Print and Illustrations
  • Phonological Awareness
Physical Development
  • Not developed during this play
Cognitive Development
  • Knowledge of Common Objects
  • Art Appreciation and Creation
  • Understanding Same and Different
What did your child learn?
Social Emotional Development
  • Following Rules and Routines
Language Development
  • Receptive Language
  • Vocabulary Knowledge
  • Appreciation and Knowledge of Books and Stories
  • Awareness of Print and Illustrations
  • Phonological Awareness
Physical Development
  • Not developed during this play
Cognitive Development
  • Knowledge of Common Objects
  • Art Appreciation and Creation
  • Understanding Same and Different


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