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I figured that even though these weren't ring bound, they would do the trick. And then I discovered that they're available as an app! That totally made my day, because it means that I can load it on my iPad and not have to lug one more thing across the ocean!
I downloaded the 2 year old set and flipped through them. Perfect. Just what I was looking for. Simple activities, most with common household items, that were all thought out for me. I ended up downloading the 1 year old set, as well, since it's common for institutionalized kids to be delayed, and more ideas for interacting intentionally are a good thing.
I think these will be good once we're home, too. I know I get so busy, I don't think of the simple ideas for teaching toddlers, but once someone suggests it, it's easy to implement. For example, this month's sample for preschoolers (an older age pack, which I have not yet purchased) is stringing Cheerios onto spaghetti noodles.
Simple, right? I would't have thought of it, but I can certainly pull together the stuff and do it.
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