For babies, play is not just about toys, it’s about developing skills.
Playing with your baby and using songs and rhymes, help your baby’s social and emotional development. Social development is how your baby is learning to interacting with you and other people. Emotional development is how they are learning to manage their emotions.
Be sure to spend lots of time with your baby. Talk soothingly and sing songs. Remember to make eye contact. Here are some more examples of how to play with your baby:
For more suggestions, see Leap BC’s guide. This trusted guide contains 40 fun filled activities to support your child’s development from birth to age three.
Additionally you can follow the links below to find out more about classes in your local area:
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