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Parents Sanity Savers - What to do with your little ones?

Hi Moms and Dads,

While all our children are home and being looked after by a family or caregiver, it’s still important to give them tools to learn and grow.
Moms and Tots is committed to assisting all parent through this stressful time.
We have designed a home programme which has different daily activities to keep your little ones stimulated.
We wish our franchises, staff, parents and children good health and peace of mind during this time.

– HQ

Baby’s Interest

Follow your Baby’s Interest for the 6-9 month Your baby is becoming curious and purposeful By following her interests you are reinforcing the importance of what she is...
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Day 10

Day 10 continued Play – congratulations! You’ve finished all activities related to the book “Are you my Mother?” Try and remember each animal or object that the bird...
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Day 10

Day 10 Conitued Activity 2  – Messy Digger Box Make an interesting oven pan or tray full of edibles like cereal, noodles, flour, sugar or crackers or any...
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Day 10

Story – Are you my Mother? Activity – TLB (Digger/Snort) Foot Painting  You will need: Paper Washable paint Markers Paint brushes Follow the picture on the right to design...
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Tickle Songs

Age: 3 Months Old Once your baby is a little older, play, “This Little Piggy” or “Round and Round the Garden” with their feet or hands. Hold them...
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Out of Sight. Out of Mind

Age: 4 Months Old To play this game you’ll need something new and exciting that your child will want to touch (I often use a set of keys)...
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Catch Me

Age: From 4 Months Old Attach a small soft toy to a brightly coloured ribbon. Dangle it in front of your baby and make it sway. When they...
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Day 9

Day 9 Continued Play Airplane with pilot: Pull some chairs into two lines to look like an airplane cabin – or just enough chairs to look like a...
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Day 9

Day 9 Continued Song – 10 Little Airplanes https://supersimple.com/song/ten-little-airplanes Wow! Let’s count some airplanes! 1 little, 2 little, 3 little airplanes, 4 little, 5 little airplanes, 7 little,...
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Day 9

Day 9 Continued Activity 2 – Colouring Planes Open the PDF of printable colouring pages. Let your child choose their favourite page.  If you don’t have a printer draw...
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Day 9

Story –  Are you my Mother? Activity – Plane Make your own paper plane, and have a competition to see who’s plane can go the highest or the...
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Sensory Ball All Ages

What do you need: Different sized balls. Craft stickers Feathers Foil Bubble Wrap Foam Numbers Velcro / Felt Dots How To Play: Using a glue gun or craft...
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Pillow Climbing

Pillow Climbing for Crawlers What do you need: different size and textured pillows. How to play: Let your little one traverse the obstacle course that you have set...
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Blowing Bubbles

2 Months Old & Up What Do You need:  Bubbles How to Play: Blowing and playing with bubbles is fun to do with any baby! The activity helps...
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Day 8

Day 8 Continued Song: Row Your Boat Make a couch your boat. Throw pillows on the floor for rocks, and use a carpet for land. The rest of the...
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Day 8

Day 8 Continued Song: Row Your Boat Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream Merrily merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a dream Row, row, row your...
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Day 8

Day 8 Continued Activity 2: Paper Boat You Will need: Piece of coloured paper Stapler Scissors Stickers Crayons Popsicle Tape    
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Day 8

Story – Are you my Mother? Activity: Floating Boat You will need: A piece of pool noodle (or a sponge) Straw Cardboard Cut out a triangle out of...
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Motherese

Babies typically prefer a female voice over a male voice, which may explain why people raise the pitch of their voice when talking to babies. This is known...
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Salt

A baby cannot taste salt until it is 4 month old. The delay maybe related to the development of kidneys which start to process sodium at about that...
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Smiling Faces

New babies prefer looking at a drawing of a face rather than a random pattern and they prefer smiling faces to grumpy ones!
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Memory

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...
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Day 7

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...
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