Resources for Parents - Top Tips to Support Your Child's Development

Cognitive Skills: Teaching Your Child to Count Out the Correct Quantity - activities to support developing an understanding of quantity.  

Cognitive Skills: Teaching Your Child to Match Colours - activities to support your child to develop the skills to match.

Communincation and Language: Teaching Your Child to Realise Their Voice is Useful - fun games to play to help your child to learn that using their voice has an effect on other people.

Fine Motor Skills: Teaching Your Child to Develop a ‘Pincer Grasp’ - activities to support the development of fine hand skills which require a pincer grasp.

Fine Motor Skills: Teaching Your Child to Post/Release Objects - an important skill to learn before tackling more complex fine motor skills such as puzzles, shape sorters, threading, etc.

Fine Motor Skills: Teaching Your Child to Thread - an important skill that underlies a number of daily living tasks including being able to fasten and unfasten buttons.

Fine Motor Skills: Teaching Your Child to Use Scissors - lots of activities to develop the 'squeezing' action of the thumb and fingers that is required for using scissors.