Stimulating Brain Development
Keep it Simple and Natural
Some examples would be changing a diaper while talking to the baby, singing, or giving the baby a bath.
Match Experiences to the Childś Mental Abilities
For example, an interactive toy can help infants learn, where as flashcards would be too advanced. Bright toys that the baby can grow with can also help the baby learn. Giving a baby a mirror to play with is also good. The baby can learn by looking at it and through touch when they hold it.
Practice Makes Perfect
Reading a bedtime story every night will help the baby learn the importance of books. Having a set bedtime and bathroom(going to the bathroom or bath time) will help the baby learn their routine.
Actively Involve the Baby
Provide Variety, but Avoid Overload
Start out with one toy and then gradually introduce the baby to more. Make sure to notice when the child is no longer interested in the toy, and don´t be afraid to try new things with the child.