Interact with your infant as she discovers through play.
What You Need:
- A safe toy such as a stuffed animal or ball
- A dishcloth or small towel
What To Do:
What to Do:
- Show your child a toy: then place it under a dishcloth or small towel so that only part of it is showing.
- Ask her, “Where is your ball?” Then point to the part of the toy that is sticking out.
- When she uncovers the toy, praise her. For example: “You found it! I like how you used your eyes to spot the toy.” Your baby will gradually learn that the whole toy is still there even if she can see only part of it.
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