My 2.5 year old is rather surprisingly precocious and I'm looking for resources to stay a few steps ahead of her. Several times now she's surprised me with where she is "academically" (I hesitate to use that word at this age), and we've just run with it. So far everything she's been ready to learn we've had available on our shelves, but we're running out of that. As of right now DD has mastered:
-Upper and lowercase letters
-Rote counting to 20
-Counting objects to 8
-Recognizing digits up through 20
-Can play Crazy 8's
We're working on letter sounds right now, as well as counting objects, how numbers work, etc. It's VERY informal at this point, and I so wasn't planning on doing what I consider to be kindergarten level work at 2.5 (letter sounds), but here we are.
I would love some good secular resources on whatever the next step is. I honestly don't know what is normally after counting? Basic addition? I'd like to just have a few books available so that when she's ready, she can pull it off the shelf and we talk about it. Preferably not workbooks, since she's not developmentally ready for even tracing letters yet. Her motor skills are about average for her age.