Published at Sunday, November 05th, 2017 - 04:11:21 AM. . By Inez Henson.
Bottom line is simple....Talk to your baby throughout the day. For example, when you are changing his diaper you could say \"Daddy is changing your diaper.\" If you are feeding your baby, say \"Mommy is feeding the baby.\" By doing this, you are assisting him or her in expanding his or her vocabulary and learning new words. Mimic the baby when he or she makes the baby noises. When he or she says Aah and Ooh you should repeat it.
Will the toy challenge your child? Childrens learning toys which challenge their minds will provide the most entertainment. Toys which involve pushing buttons to make a cartoon character jump will not make your child think, or use his or her brain. There are some basics needed in toys so your child can learn while playing. Creativity and imaginative improvising, easy manipulation of pieces, hand-to-eye coordination, shapes, counting, colors and sorting are some of the basics your child needs to learn. Some good examples are toy musical instruments if your child likes to move and sing along. Stacking toys, wooden puzzles and mazes are great for coordination. Puppets and dolls inspire their imagination. The magnetic toys are easy to use and are great for encouraging creativity.
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