How To Play With Babies 6 to 12 Months Old: http://youtu.be/hyH_tzprNf8
A ball is one of the best toys for babies because it’s something to see, touch, and interact with, and it always give the element of surprise because it never does the same thing twice. Rolling and, later, throwing and catching a ball help develop hand-eye coordination. Children also enjoy the give-and-take of playing ball with others. Start by rolling a soft chime ball on the floor to your baby. He’ll soon learn to send it back in your direction.
Nesting blocks and cups and stacking toys keep little hands busy. They help babies to develop hand-eye co-ordination and how things fit on top of each other.
They also help babies fine-tune their grasping and releasing finger skills.
Playing peekaboo — hiding your face behind your hands and peeking out at baby — is an exciting game.
By the time your child is 4 months old, he can begin to understand the notion of object permanence — that you or an object still exist when out of sight. Playing peekaboo helps reinforce this concept as well as build his memory skills. You can try all kinds of variations – they all work!
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