Great Homeschooling Links: Early Learning Activities

The following is a post by contributing writer, Sheri, of Learning Pavilion.

Things To Do With Your Baby

Whether you homeschool, work at home, or just can’t think of things to do with your little ones, this fun list will get you started in the right direction.

Baby Activity – Baby Abacus (diy) – The Activity Mom

Make your own baby-style abacus that is a great workout for little hands and fingers.

Tactile Exploration Cards for Babies – Make do & Friend

Do you have bits and pieces of items sitting in some basket or drawer you would like to find a use for? Your baby could benefit from your “collection” by making these touchy-feely cards for them to investigate.

Large Flashcards for Babies – Learning Pavilion

To help your baby learn about body parts or even family members, try making these extra large personalized flashcards. (Pictured above.)

Baby Sign Language – 15 Easy Signs to Teach Baby – Babble

Sign Language has so many benefits for your baby including communication, social interaction, eye-hand coordination, and many more.  Watch these short videos to learn how to make 15 easy signs and then try them with your child.

Monday {momday} — top 5 things to do with your baby – Live the Fancy Life

Get out of the house! Try some of these suggestions for an outing with your little one.

Baby Activities – Jump Start

A selection of 14 printable activities from learning colors to nursery rhymes that are great for your baby.

You can find Sheri blogging at Learning Pavilion, a place where nature, education, and crafts meet.

Angie Kauffman
Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home.  Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBookspodcastsloves Pinterestdocuments the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.