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Toddler Geography: Colorful Countries of the World Maps (including territories)

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The past week or so I have been working on making countries of the world maps. You wouldn’t think maps would be something I would have to recreate (yes, I hand-drew all of them based on vector images on Wikipedia, including adding my own details for very small countries and territories that weren’t on the maps. And yes, all of…

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Black & White & Red Patterns for Your Newborn (Free Printable)

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I’ve been working on a lot of materials for baby girl (due in September) lately, and one thing I had a lot of fun with was the newborn visual stimulation patterns to use to decorate her environment. At birth, the visual system is the least-developed of all the sensory systems, and babies are almost completely blind. It is only through…

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Toddler Math: Colorful 100 Chart Printable

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I made this for Damien (age 2 years, 2 months) recently, as he is really into numbers and counting. I don’t ask him to count out loud too often, as I usually count for him, but apparently he can count pretty high, especially when he is looking at written numerals. So far he has spontaneously counted to about 40, and…

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Toddler Math: Colorful Bubble Number Line

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A number line is a great tool for teaching your child (of any age) many different math concepts. With the aid of a number line, a child can internalize that numbers can be represented as groups of objects or points on a line. Being able to understand numbers and their relationship to each other in more than one format is…

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