Having children or going to have one?
Have you been struggling on what’s appropriated for your youngster?
Do you find yourself having problem communicating with your little one?
Surely, we all went through several stage of our lives, and so do our kids. From the moment your baby is born, they’re learning about the world around them. Even before they can articulate what they see and feel and hear, babies are absorbing all kinds of information and forming ideas about how the world works. They then have to learn and refine all their motor skills such as grabbing, pointing, rollover, stand, and eventually walking and running. Later on, they also learn to speak words, letter, counting, etc.. and cognitive and strategic thinking while busying explore their surroundings and improve social skills.
One of the best ways to help your baby learn as they grow is through stimulating and engaging in playtime activities. The right activities can be tremendously helpful in advancing your baby’s growth and learning. Many experts now recommend incorporating sensory activities into playtime. Sensory play can include any activities that stimulate your child’s senses and gets them engaged with the world around them. These kinds of activities are fun for children and help them learn.
Noted that it’s always better for the parent(s) to actively involved in all those learning processes, not only they’re fun, but they’re also help to build a strong bond, trust, and faithfulness in your relationship.
When selecting activities for your child, it’s also important to consider their age. A 6-month-old baby will be fascinated simply by feeling the textures of different objects, but a toddler will want to get up and explore! By engaging in developmentally appropriate activities with your child, you can continue to challenge their brains and introduce them to new experiences that help them learn and grow.
In this infographic, we explore some of the best activities for kids from birth to 5 years old. Keep in mind that every child develops at a different rate. Some children might be reading books at the age of four, while others can’t read a single word. Use activities that are appropriate for your child, so they aren’t overwhelmed or frustrated but are still engaged in learning something new. By introducing children to fun educational playtime activities, you can help them grow no matter what their stage of development.