infant thrive on positive interaction with adults. Here is a way to support your child's development.
What You Need:
What To Do:
- Make eye contact with baby (about 10 inches from her face) Say, “Hi Malia, look at mama.”
- Move your face in a variety of direction: slowly up, down, left, then right. Be sure to begin and end each move directly in front of her face.
- If she reaches for your face, move closer and let her touch you.
- Next, cover your face with your hands and pause.
- Then pull your hands slowly away, revealing a different facial expression each time, (e.g., excited, surprised, tired, sad, funny).
- Talk to your baby after making your facial expression, ask “Did you like that face?”
Preschoolers hear and play with sounds in words through singing and by playing rhyming games.
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Cooking teaches valuable lessons. Enjoy making this snack with your child.
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This healthy snack is perfect for hot summer days
Make your own book about a special day or person.
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Help your infant's physical development by incorporating this tummy time activity to her daily routine.