125 Brain Games for Babies: Simple Games to Promote Early Brain Development

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Gryphon House, 1999 - Education - 143 pages
Here is an example of the Brain Games:
Brain Game #94: Where’s the Baby?

9 to 12 Months

What Brain Research Says: Researchers now confirm that how you interact with your baby and the experiences you provide have an impact on his emotional development and learning abilities.

• Find several pictures of a baby and hide them in different places.
• Chose places that are familiar to your baby—in the toy box, on the ceiling above the changing place, or under a plate on the highchair.
• Say, "Let’s go find the baby."
• Ask different questions: "Is it in the sink?" "Is it on the chair?"
• Finally ask the question, "Is it in the toy box (or other place)?"
• When your baby finds the picture, praise him and clap your hands.
• You can play this game with pictures of family members and friends.

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125 Brain Games for Babies

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Honestly I was disappointed because the book really only deals with the first 12 months. So it is too late for this one celebrating his first birthday this month. However I intend to give it to a ... Read full review


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Jackie Silberg is an early childhood advocate and popular keynote speaker nationally and internationally. She received the Distinquished Alumna Award from Emporia State University, recognizing her current achievements as well as her long and prolific career. Jackie lectures at Johnson County Community College.

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