Introduce various textures to have your keiki have different sensory experiences.
What You Need:
- Various textures that are safe for your baby to touch, such as a piece of paper, a ball of sticky masking tape, a piece of cloth, or a clean sponge
What To Do:
1. Let your baby feel an object, then gently brush it on your baby’s skin.
2. Talk about what it is and how it feels: “This paper is smooth. This sponge feels rough.”
Variation: Play together on different surfaces, such as grass, a carpet or a futon, and talk about how they feel.
! Safety Alert: Do not let your baby play with a small object or put it in her mouth. Items that are small enough to fit through a toilet paper tube can cause choking if swallowed.
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