Introduce water play to your young child.
What You Need:
• A small container or bucket of water
What To Do:
1. Fill a small container or bucket with a few inches of water.
2. Splash the water on your hand.
3. Ask your baby if he wants to splash too.
4. Talk about the sounds heard when splashing the water.
Safety Alert: Never take your eyes off your baby while he’s in the bathtub or playing with a container of water. Your baby’s top-heavy head may cause hum to fall forward into the water and not be able to get up. Babies drown in just a few inches of water.
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