Sensory play is very important for young children. A basin/trug/bucket filled with different tactile materials and some containers and spoons can keep children engrossed for ages. Try: Citrus fruit slices in water, shredded paper in water, chopped up vegetables in water, jelly, shaving foam, dried rice and beans, cooked spaghetti... ... ... squeeze, squash, press, pulp, slimy, squishy, crusty, smooth, slippery.
Mrs Perryman sings Growing Everyday and flower craft activity
Make individual letter cards/bottle tops for each letter of your child's first name. Remember you need to write a capital for the first letter and lower case for the rest. Muddle them up and then practice sequencing the letters in the right order.