Early Life Tips!
Why is it important to play and interact with my baby?
Good early experiences help a child’s brain develop well
Play and communication with newborn babies
Talk to and make eye contact with your baby
What you can do and observe with newborn babies
Look into your baby’s eyes
Useful tips for newborn babies!
Parents should communicate with newborns
MY VERY FIRST MONTHS!
Play and communication with 1-6 month old babies
Babies’ brains develop very fast
Fun time with 1-6 month old babies
Smile and laugh with your baby
Useful Tips for 1-6 month old babies!
Parents should hold and carry their baby
Play and communication with 6-9 month old babies
Babies are little scientists
Comforting time for 6-9 month old babies!
Let your baby explore
Useful tips for 6-9 month old babies!
Babies’ environment counts
PLAYING TO LEARN!
Play and communication with 9-12 month old infants
Interaction and toys
Playing with 9-12 month old infants!
Play to learn
Useful tips for 9-12 month old infants!
I CAN SIT AND CRAWL!
Play and communication with 1-2 year old toddlers!
Toddlers move a lot!
Playing with 1-2 year old toddlers!
Toddlers grow and learn fast
Useful Tips for 1-2 year old toddlers!
Play and communication with 2+ year old toddlers!
Sorting, counting and talking!
Playing with 2+ year old toddlers!
Toddlers handle more complex things
Useful tips for 2+ year old toddlers!
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