Memory Children don’t remember much before the age of 3 due to what physiologist call ‘infantile amnesia’. Neuroscientists believe that early experiences never make it into long-term memory banks because the brain’s recording machinery inst functional yet or because memory is tied to language acquisition.Read More
Day 7 Continued Song – Traffic Light Twinkle twinkle traffic light On the corner shining bright. Red means, “Stop.” Green means, “Go.” Yellow means, “Drive very slow.” Twinkle twinkle traffic light On the corner shining bright.Read More
Day 7 Continued Play: Driving my Car In an open space, let your child ‘build’ their own car using what is around them for a seat and a steering wheel. Let them pretend to riv, and tell you where they are driving, what they are going t do when they get there, and how they...Read More
Day 7 continued Activity 2 – Racing Rainbow Cars You will need: A piece of paper on a board or Tupperware lid placed at an angle. Make sure that the bottom of the board is resting inside a tray. Place blobs of washable paint at the top of the paper. Race toy cars down the...Read More
Story – Are you my Mother? Activity – Build a car using a toilet roll, cut out wheels or bottle caps and attach them using either glue or split pins. Read More
Who Are We
The Moms and Tots Group was founded in 1993 by Petra Lombard after she became aware of the keen interest of mothers to learn more about how to stimulate their young child in a healthy and balanced way.