SEPTEMBER CONCEPTS 2 Year Olds

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1 SEPTEMBER CONCEPTS Recognize Myself in a Mirror Play Interactive Games Play Near Another Child Point to Body Parts Name Body Parts Eyes are for Seeing Mouths are for Seeing Ears are for Hearing Play Chase Can Climb two or three- step chairs Roll a Ball Turn the Page on a Book Ride a Small Riding Toy without Pedals Jump In Place Hop on One Foot Walk With Balance Walk on Tiptoes Match Pictures Name Pictured Items Use Glue Sticks and Art Materials Follow One-Step and Two-Step Directions Take Things Off Put Things On

2 OCTOBER CONCEPTS Identify Family Members in Photos Identify Extended Family Members in Photos Identify Pets Do Housework Take Care of Babies Take Care of Animals/Pets Make Pet Sounds Move Like a Pet Mix Two Colors to Make a New Color Use Different Items to Make Sounds Name Textures (Soft, Hard, Smooth, Rough) Put Things in and Take Out of Boxes Fill and Dump Use Words to describe Different Sizes (Big, Little) Use Liquid Glue and Glue sticks Scribble with Crayons Turn Pages in a Book Read a Picture Book Act out Words to Songs Use Hands and Fingers to Act out Fingerplays

3 NOVEMBER CONCEPTS Name Familiar Vegetables Name Familiar Fruits Pretend to Cook Set the Table Fruits have different taste Identify a Star Shape Match Smells with Appropriate Fruits Blow Bubbles Put Puzzles Together Plants Need water Can Sort Can Match Can Name Pictures in Books Turn Pages in a Book Listen to a Story Participate in a Group Story Activity Carrots Grow in the Ground Strawberries have texture and scent Name Vegetables Predict What Happens Next in a Story Count to Five Follow Directions in a Song Move Large Muscles Identify Colors Match Colors Walk on a Designated Path Jump With Two Feet Do Cross-Lateral Body Movements Play Dress Up Place Collage Materials Can Glue Plants have Green Leaves Able to Care for Living Plants Plants Grow from Seeds Plants Need Sun and water Vegetables and Fruits come from Plants

4 DECEMBER CONCEPTS Some things are Small, Medium, or Large Can Count to Three Farmers take Care of Farm Animals Some Farm Animals Live in a Barn Make Farm Animal Sounds Ducks Like Water Flowers Grow in Dirt Seeds Need Sun, Rain, and Warm Breeze to Grow Oatmeal Feels Different When Wet or Dry Move My Body In Different Ways Spiders Make Webs Mittens Are Different From Gloves Put Mittens On Like to Listen to Stories Listen For Sounds Animals Move in Different Ways

5 JANUARY CONCEPTS Water is Warm and Cool Water Pours, Sprinkles, and Drips Rain is Water Snow is Water Raincoats Keep You Dry When It Rains Ducks Swim in Water Ducks Waddle Frogs Live in Water Frogs Jump Frogs Catch Insects With Their Tongues Fish Live in Water Fish Swim With Their Fins We Take a Bath in Water Plants Need Water to Grow We Drink Water Water Keeps Us Cool Boats Float in Water Some Things Float; Some Things Sink

6 FEBRUARY CONCEPTS Some Animals Are Big Bears Are Big Animals Bears Live In Caves Bears Eat Berries Bears Sleep in Winter Bears Growl Elephants are Gray Elephants have Trunks Elephants are Big Animals Elephants eat Peanuts Cows are Big Animals Cows Live on the Farm Cows say Moo Horses are Big Animals Horses say Neigh Things are Heavy or Light My Body Goes Up and Down Sandpaper Feels Rough Big Animals Move in Different Ways Big and Little are Opposite Lacing Uses Finger Muscles Puzzle Pieces Fit Together to Make a Picture Fingers Turn Pages in a Book Acting Out Songs Exercises Large Muscles Walking, Running, and Jumping are Ways Animals Move Moving like Animals is a Part of Pretending to be an Animal Painting is a Way to Express Feelings Moving My Body Makes Me Feel happy Big Brushes Paint Big

7 MARCH CONCEPTS Bunnies are Soft Animals Bunnies have Long Ears Bunnies Eat Carrots Bunnies Hop Monkeys live in Trees Monkeys are Funny Monkeys eat Fruit Monkeys Swing From Trees Monkeys have hands like mine Mice are very Small Animals Mice have Long Tails Mice Scurry Very Fast Mice Hide in Holes Turtles Live Inside a Hard Shell Turtles Crawl Slowly Turtles are Brown and Green Some Animals feel Soft and Fluffy Some Animals have Hard Shells Can Hop like a Bunny Can Swing Arms like a Monkey Can Crawl like a Turtle All Animals Eat Food All Animals Play Cotton Balls are Soft like a Bunny Is able to make Silly Faces My Body Is able to move like Animal Bodies Able to Play Follow the Leader Games

8 APRIL CONCEPTS The Sun is in the Daytime Sky The Sun is Yellow The Sun is Hot The Sun Warms the Earth The Sun Helps Living Things Grow The Sun Gives Light The Sun Shines At the Beach Clouds Are White Clouds Stay in the Sky Clouds are Soft Rain Falls from the Sky Rain is Water Rain waters the Flowers Raincoats keep people dry in the rain Rain makes sounds Rainbows have many colors Rainbows are in the sky at special times Rain and Sunshine makes Rainbows Some textures are Soft, Rough, Wet, or Sandy Understand Up, Down, High, and Low Words can be written on Paper I Can Make Large Motor Movements to Different Music Rhythms I Can Strengthen My Large Muscles by Riding Toys

9 MAY CONCEPTS Cars have Wheels Trucks have Wheels Buses have Wheels Police Cars have Wheels Fire Trucks have Wheels Some Vehicles, Such as Cars and Trucks, have Four Wheels Motorcycles and Bicycles have Two Wheels Tricycles have Three Wheels Wheelbarrows have One Wheel Trucks and Buses have Big Wheels Wheels are Round Wheels Roll Wheels help us Move Easier Push and Pull Toys have Wheels Wheels are Made of Plastic, Rubber, and Metal Riding Toys have Wheels Wheels Move Around and Around in Circles

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