As you do daily activities with your child use language to interact with your child.
What You Need:
What To Do:
1. During times when baby is awake and on his back, encourage him to kick his legs back and forth.
2. As he kicks, sing in rhythm to his kicking.
3. Add motions such as tapping a finger to the bottom of his foot to keep the beat.
4. When he stops kicking, stop singing, however, if he starts kicking again, start singing and tapping his foot.
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