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postheadericon I Like to Drive My Car. Extremely Exciting Game for Your Baby

 

The game I Like to Drive My Car teaches your baby new vocabulary: vehicles. The baby will drive a car, ride a motorbike and even travel around the house by plane.

 

First, you should review or learn the vehicles in the rhyme with your little one: play toys, examine flash cards, show him the vehicles outside in the street, etc. and say the sounds they utter for the baby to recognize them better.   Also teach the baby the pronouns my – your. Sort the clothing or shoes, whatever you want, and say: This is my shoe and this is your shoe.

 

You can either chant the following rhyme or create a simple melody and sing the …» Continue Reading: I Like to Drive My Car. Extremely Exciting Game for Your Baby



postheadericon Green Leaves and Blue Sky. Exploring World with Babies

 

When a child comes into this world, everything is new to him, so he starts actively discovering it. And now, parents, he can’t do without your assiatance and direction. Green Leaves and Blue Sky activity will be of use for you when you help your baby explore this beautiful world.

 

Start with the basic things of the world that sarround us. Everytime when walking point to the sky, the sun, leaves and apples on an appple tree or in a bowl in the kitchen. Talk to your baby, say the names of the things you show and tell him about their colors. If …» Continue Reading: Green Leaves and Blue Sky. Exploring World with Babies



postheadericon Counting to 10 – Maths Game in Babyhood

 

Counting to 10 is a simple maths game your baby will gladly play starting from 4-5 months of age. When your child is about 9 months old you can fix his skill of counting when playing the game One, Two, three, Four, Five.

 

Before you start playing and saying the rhyme practice counting to ten. You can either print or draw numbers on ten A4 sheets of paper and let your baby jump, crawl, dance etc. on them (of course with your help). The little one will hear you counting and visually remember the numbers.

 

Then learn the vocabulary from the rhyme: » Continue Reading: Counting to 10 – Maths Game in Babyhood



postheadericon Sorting Shapes – Maths Activities for Toddlers

 

These maths activities will help your little one develop his maths skills, will give him an opportunity to experience self-reliance and of course a bunch of positive emotions.

 

Take a ball and a cube, decorate a shoe box and cut out a square and a circle holes in it. The size of holes must coincide with the size of the ball and the cube (it is important that the ball can’t go into the square hole and the cube into the round one).

 

Now you are ready to play the game. Examine the box together with the baby – the house with windows. Say: Here’s a round window and a square one. Let the baby move …» Continue Reading: Sorting Shapes – Maths Activities for Toddlers



postheadericon Nutrition for Nursing Mothers – Protecting Baby’s Health

 

Lots of nursing mothers wonder what they should eat and what they shouldn’s eat for the baby to grow healthy and strong. First of all I advice you to carefully read the nutrition recommendations in the topics about allergy and brain development in babies. You should know that there are lots of items of food absolutely safe for both mother and child so try not to experiment. The less you eat citrus, cacao (chocolate), coffee, strawberries and other products that cause allergies, the better your baby will feel.

 

You should also know that » Continue Reading: Nutrition for Nursing Mothers – Protecting Baby’s Health



postheadericon Developing Baby’s Sense of Hearing through Merry Games

 

In continuation of games and activities for baby’s senses development and I offer you and your baby to play the following jolly games to develop his sense of hearing and teach him to differentiate sounds.

 

Playing Piano

 

Take a toy piano and put it in front of the baby and demonstrate how to play the piano. It is enough just to press one-two keys and say: Listen how it is raining or Listen how a bear walks in the forest. Now let the baby play the piano: Now you play! Help him by taking his hand. After the baby plays for several minutes, let him hear you playing. Then he can start playing again.   Activity lasts …» Continue Reading: Developing Baby’s Sense of Hearing through Merry Games



postheadericon Importance of Feeding Baby with Breast Milk

 

I have already touched on the topic about feeding baby in my previous articles and mentioned about the advantages of mother’s milk, but it is also worth discussing other topics concerning breastfeeding:

 

-  factors affecting the amount of breast milk; -  nursing mum’s nutrition; -  separately about a woman’s breast; -  pacifiers; -  mixed and artificial feeding; -  general rules of feeding baby; -  actions after feeding; -  about D vitamin; -  what a baby should drink.

 

Breastfeeding is a very important topic every young mom should know about. There is no process in a child’s life even approximately comparable with food by number of recommendations, prejudices, and, of course, mistakes.

 

» Continue Reading: Importance of Feeding Baby with Breast Milk



postheadericon Games for Sensory Perception Development from Babyhood

 

Little children adore to explore the world, they love to learn the properties of objects by touching, manipulating them and taking them into the mouth. These fascinating games will perfectly help you develop your child’s sensory perception from the very early age.

  Warm – Cold  

Take two small plastic bottles and fill one with warm water and the other one with cold water. Show the bottles to your baby, touch them and say that here is warm water, and here is cold water. Let the baby touch the bottles. Ask him where warm and cold water are. Your baby can’t yet answer so do it yourself and show him the warm and cold bottles again.   Pour …» Continue Reading: Games for Sensory Perception Development from Babyhood



postheadericon Sick Child? How Walks Outside Help Child Recover

 

Most adults want to hear specific instructions from the child’s doctor – exactly what they can and what they can’t do for their sick child‘s quick recovery, and accordingly when and in what amounts. But unfortunately there are no universal recommendations. But not weather, not health, not grandmother’s readiness for self-sacrifice are the main factors determining the recommendations but an adopted system of education and parenting from infancy.

 

What am I talking about? On the human body there are two major reflexogenic zones – ears and feet. If socks and hats were and are mandatory conditions for a child’s lifestyle, cold exposure on these areas …» Continue Reading: Sick Child? How Walks Outside Help Child Recover



postheadericon Big Bear – Little Duck. Developing Child’s Visual Perception

 

To play the game Big BearLittle Duck you will need the toys – little duck and big bear. First of all examine and discuss the toys – their mouths and noses, eyes and tails and put them on the table – big bear to the right and little duck to the left but leave space for the spoons.   Then take the spoons and examine them. Put the big spoon to the right and the little one to the left. Tell your baby: “The aminals will eat porridge, we need to give them spoons“. Take a spoon into your hand and ask the baby: “Here’s a little spoon. Who gets it?” If …» Continue Reading: Big Bear – Little Duck. Developing Child’s Visual Perception