125 Brain Games for Babies: Simple Games to Promote Early Brain Development
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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Review: 125 Brain Games for BabiesUser Review - Sarah - Goodreads
My daycare provider recommended this book when I first brought my son to stay with her when I returned to work. During those early months where he mostly just ate, slept, and looked around, it was ... Read full review
Review: 125 Brain Games for BabiesUser Review - Megan Richards - Goodreads
good way to understand what a baby is like within that first year. simple structure and information connected to research Read full review
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