Keep It Simple and Natural
- Changing a diaper-
- Giving a bath- Making a routine for your baby when giving a bath with help develop the brain.
- Cuddle, talk, sing to the baby- Babies learn from conversations. Hearing words over and over help their brain develop.
Match Experiences To The Child's Mental Abilities
- Physical Experiences-Babies learn my physical experiences, just a simple toy for their age will help.
- A safe interacted toy will help.
Practice Makes Perfect
- Doing simple routines with the baby will help their brain develop.
- Reading a bedtime story every night will help them learn that it's time to go to sleep.
Actively Involve The Baby
- Do something with your child that they can do too or interact with.
- Engage your child in conversation when they are first born and they will love listening to you.
Provide Variety, But Avoid Overload
- Adding music to playtime can be a great experience.
- Maybe take your baby to the park once a week to help expose things to them, not too often.
Avoid Pushing The Child
- Do something that the baby is interested in, don't push to do something the baby doesn't like.
- Look for cules to what your baby is interested in.
- Play with their favorite toy that you know keeps thnem busy.
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