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Games to Play With Your Baby

Arrow Cause-and-Effect Play Arrow
Directions:
An awareness of cause-and-effect relationships begins at about 7 months. You can foster this awareness during your daily activities by explaining, for instance, how turning a faucet lets the water flow. At around 9 months a toddler will enjoy his own experiments with causal relationships. Letting him repeatedly turn on the water or lights will thrill him more than most store-bought games!

Arrow Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes Arrow
Directions:
Teach your baby the names of all those body parts by having his hands follow along with the song lyrics!

Arrow Pat-a-Cake Arrow
Directions:
Clapping hands to the pat-a-cake rhyme gives your baby practice in coordinating actions with words. Other ditties to rehearse include "Itsy-bitsy Spider" and "Where is Thumbkin?"

Arrow Peek-a-Boo Arrow
Directions:
Playing peek-a-boo with toys helps teach infants about object permanence — the understanding that an object has not disappeared permanently just because it isn't visible now. He'll eventually learn that permanence applies to people also, and you can reinforce this lesson by hiding yourself around corners or behind furniture!

Arrow This Little Piggy Arrow
Directions:
Wiggling your baby's toes provides more than fun and games. He'll love the age old chant (starting with his big toe): "This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy had roast beef, this little piggy had none, this little piggy ran wee wee wee wee all the way home." He'll squeal with delight when you reach the little toe and "run" your fingers up his body!
 
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