Early Learning Resources
Clap, Tap Rap with Any Baby Can
This video will walk parents through the “Clap, Tap, Rap” activity in which the children will repeat different sounds and actions in order to develop motor, language, and social-emotional skills.
Having fun while learning fine motor, gross motor, communication, problem-solving, and social skill with The Children’s Shelter
Let’s have fun while learning fine motor, gross motor, communication, problem-solving, and social skills! This session is suggested for ages 18 months—3 years. We will practice scooping, pouring, taking turns, following instructions, learning action words, and talking with others while playing with dry uncooked oatmeal.
Learn Self Care/ADL Skills, Fine Motor Skills, and Self Regulation Skills for 2-3 Year Olds with Easter Seals of Greater Houston
This video will cover: Self Care/ADL Skills for 2-3 year olds including Taking off socks, Taking off shoes, Taking off elastic waist pants/shorts, and Using utensils during mealtimes; Fine Motor Skills for 2-3 year olds including Using age appropriate grasp for drawing, Introduction of pre-writing shape drawing (vertical and horizontal lines), and Using the pincer and tripod grasps for manipulating small items; Self-Regulation Skills for 2-3 year olds including Identifying of emotions (happy, mad, sad), Identification of appropriate coping strategies, and Getting needed sensory input from home environment
Math for 2-years olds with PBS & KERA
Learn everyday activities to do around the house or on family errands to develop your 2-year-old’s awareness of & facility with counting, quantities, patterns and measurement
Math for 3-year olds with PBS & KERA
Learn everyday activities to do around the house or on family errands to develop your 3-year-old’s awareness of & facility with counting, quantities, patterns and measurement
Music and Early Literacy Maker with Fairbanks Library – Harris County Public Library
You will learn the benefits of using shaker instruments, rhythm and early literacy and how to use simple materials around the home to make shaker instruments
Shapes and Colors with YMCA of Greater Houston
Using edible paint to teach children colors and shapes. Directions are also given on how to make edible paint.
Shape, Letter and Number Recognition; Let’s Get Busy Learning and Moving! With YMCA of Greater Houston
Using crayons find shapes, numbers and letters. Practice color recognition while completing the activity. Children practice gross motor skills while practicing counting and language development
Sing with Me with San Antonio Public Library
Singing during daily routines & Baby Time: books, songs and early literacy tips for adults.
Taste-Safe Sensory with Arlington Public Library
This video will teach you ways to set up taste-safe sensory activities at home with basic kitchen ingredients. For this activity, you will need: Flour, Cornstarch, Salt, Water, Oil (any vegetable oil will work), Food coloring (optional)