Fun Activities

Safe & Fun Activities at Pooh Bear’s Daycare will help your child(ren) learn their colors, how to count numbers, refine their motor skills, play with their friends, listen to your child’s favorite music, and much more.  Pooh Bears Daycare FB

Fun Activities – We strive to provide Extracurricular Activities for your child(ren) to help them succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. Whether it is music, dance, special outings to a museum, or picnic at the zoo, we will have something planned that your child will enjoy.


fun activities

Learning Colors

Children learn unique drawing and painting skills at all ages to properly use lines, shapes, and colors to create original works of art. Games, books, paint-by-number activities, and puzzles activities teach our children to name and use a variety of colors.


Learning Fine Motor Skills

Motor skills are a piece of cake at Pooh Bear’s Daycare where children practice fine motor skills that will help your kids the ability to do things like tie their shoes, button their shirts and even zip their jackets! These skills which are all really important to everyday life skills are learned any ways with activities like Q-tip painting where our children have fun while using fine motor skills.  This is a great way to work on writing skills without pressure and everyone has fun with the alphabet in a tracing painting activity! The kids all have a blast painting with Q-tips to create their colorful letters!



Learning Science

Can you imagine! Teaching little our babies’ science has become very easy.  Yes, with the help of science experiments our Toddlers (in the age group of 1-3), can get their crave for attention and their curious minds to explore everything they come across. Be assured, at these ages all kids grow 80% of their brain development under the age of 3 years old so its a prime time to introduce science. 

Here is a small collection of toddler-friendly ideas that help children learn science.

  • Sink or Float – Let us start with a very simple experiment presented by Happy hooligans. Kids can now understand the physics concept of sinking and floating. They will guess by putting different items in water to know if they will sink or float.
  • Magnetism – Next comes another fun and easy physics experiment. Busy toddlers site explains this experiment in detail. All you need is a bin with dust and a magnet. Yes, hold the magnet and see which all the magnetic things are.
  • Fine motor skills – This experiment will help your toddler work with fine motor skills. Mama Papa Bubba site has explained it in detail. The summary is you need to cut some self-adhesive tapes of different size and stick them on a plate or any surface. Ask kids to remove them. This will improve their fine motor skills. You can also teach them about colors by using different colored tapes.
  • Build up a tower – Kids spot has nicely demonstrated the tower building experiment. This can be done with the empty toilet roll at home. You can ask them to build a tower using them. Also, teach them counting with this activity. This will improve their focus as they look at making the tower stand erect.
  • Smell and Identify – Mamas happy hive has posted the right way to help kids learn about the smell. They have used a few food items to let kids smell and identify. However, be careful when doing this as the smell should not suffocate small kids. Choose wisely the items and have fun.




Toddlers learn music at very young ages at Pooh Bear’s Daycare.  Research has shown that strong connections between rhythm skills and pre-reading abilities in toddlers with using “Beat” synchronization and speech encoding in teaching preschoolers.  Children learn Music education having fun with music to enhances their fine motor skills.  Facts are, music enhances fine motor skills, or the ability to use small, acute muscle movements to write, use a computer, and perform many other physical tasks.  Children and infants can recognize the melody of a song long before they understand any of the words. They often try to mimic sounds and start moving to the music as soon as they are physically able and through music quickly learn.

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