Show your child the shapes circle, square, rectangle and triangle. Can they identify each shape?
Talk about each shapes special features such as how many sides it has. Ask your child to go on a hunt around your home looking for shapes. You made to help them at first by asking them what shape is the door? What shape are the windows? What shape is the clock? See how many different shapes you can find.
Using a teddy and a chair move the teddy around and talk to your child about describing where the teddy is. Sit the teddy on the chair and say, Where is Teddy? Teddy is on the chair. Or, Where is Teddy? Teddy is under the chair. Complete the actions for the positional language on, under, in, behind, in front and next to. Then ask your child to follow some positional language instructions such as, Put Teddy on the chair.