Online Learning Activities
Practice speech and language with these online learning activities.
Even a one year old can do it!
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You can teach your child to press a key, guide the mouse, click the mouse
button, and even drag and drop. Of course, even if your child lacks the
computer skills to play a certain game, you can still play by having the parent
control the mouse and encouraging your child to use words to tell you what to
do next. Computer games are a wonderful way to practice speech words and sounds
because the games are highly motivational.
Activities for 1 Year Olds
Songs, Train & Trampoline - Six simple games that teach cause and
effect by simply pressing a key on the keyboard. Great for children with little
or no computer skills. Games can be played without mouse skills.
Activities for 2 Year Olds
Street Keyboard-O-Rama Alphabet identification.
and Colors Talk about the shapes and colors in this fun activity.
Street Games - Help Elmo learn about going potty.
in the Bathroom - Point and click to help Bear get ready for his day.
Brush his teeth, take a bath, wash hands, dry his hair, and go potty. Have your
child tell you what he wants the bear to do next.
Egg Match: Same or Different? - This is an Easter egg memory card game.
Turn over two cards at a time and try to make a match.
Activities for 3 Year Olds
Practice Count the pictures that you see.
and Pictures - Select a letter and view a picture that starts with that
Letters - Sing your ABC song to this game as you make the letters
Match: Same or Different? - This is a butterfly memory card game. Turn
over two cards at a time and try to make a match.
Puzzles Alphabet identification.
Choices Read-A-Long Story - Read this story to your child. Your child
can click the mouse to turn the pages. This interactive story allows your child
to make choices that can change the outcome of the story.
Picture Match - Can you find the shapes that are the same? This is a
memory card game. Turn over two cards at a time and try to make a match.
Talk Help your child make requests. Ask your child what they want
the chicken to do (jump, sit, fly, sleep, etc.) Parents can type in these
commands and then watch with your child as the chicken listens and follows
Letters - Learn the letters of the alphabet! Point and click on a
letter to see and hear words that begin with the letter.
Match: Same or Different? - Are these two pictures the same or
different? This is a Christmas memory card game. Turn over two cards at a time
and try to make a match.
Activities for 4 Year Olds
Counting Game - Great for preschoolers developing counting skills and
ABC Letters and Sounds - This fun activity teaches upper and lowercase
letters and beginning phonics skills.
ABC Game - What sound/letter does the word house start with? This
game focuses on phonics, letter recognition, and listening. To play,
choose the picture that starts with the letter identified on the screen.
Stacking - A fun letter recognition game! Children will see an alphabet
letter in black on the screen and must find it and press it on the keyboard in
order to stack the cups. See how many cups you can stack.
Activities for 5 Year Olds
Zoo - Learn alphabetical order with this fun game! This game involves
first, second, and third concepts as well as alphabetical order.
a Mole - This game uses the same concept as whack-a-mole only you
"whack" the image that is different from the other two images. Some images are
letters and some are shapes. It takes concentration, a keen eye, and some
problem solving skills.
Herding - Herd the sheep into their pens by moving the mouse. Just
remember, the sheep run away from the mouse cursor!
Activities for 6 Year Olds
Colors - A simple beginning reading game that teaches your child to
recognize the sight words for colors.
Says - Lots of point and clicks in the game. Watch the screen to see a
sequence and copy that sequence with your mouse. This game focuses on attention
- Point, click, and drag the mouse to make this snowman. Print or email the
picture when you are done.
Gift Tag - Point and click to help the snowman get dressed up. Put on a
Santa suit, funny faces and lots of extras. Then use the print button to have
your child print out their "hand made" gift tag to put on a present.
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