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Learning and Play – Baby

Caring for your baby also includes playing with it and helping it learn new things about the world around them. Use the information given in this area called Learning and Play to learn how you can engage and boost your baby’s cognitive development through playing games with it as a part of responsive parenting. Babies are receptive and tend to learn a lot from their environment and through interaction with their parents as well as with their environment. They learn a great deal from active play, and all they need from your side is your time, attention, stimulation, and guidance. You can use common sense parenting techniques to incorporate active play into daily routines. Taking care of your baby’s emotional needs is also your responsibility as a parent and the time and attention from your side is a great investment in your baby’s future.

The Benefits of Reading to Your Unborn Baby through Godly Parenting

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Benefits of Reading to Your Unborn Baby through Godly Parenting

Reading books to children supposedly makes them smarter. However, did you realize that you can read to a child even when the baby is still in the womb? One research study related to early language acquisition processes specifies that “prior to and at birth, the infant processes some minimal predispositions that make him pay particular…

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Mind-Boosting Games to Play with Your Baby: A Great Parenting Strategy

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Mind Boosting Games to Play with Your Baby A Great Parenting Strategy
Mind Boosting Games to Play with Your Baby A Great Parenting Strategy

In the first months of life, babies spend a lot of time sleeping; nevertheless, they have a heightened awareness of their surroundings and actively engage with their environment. Cues such as making eye contact, smiling, and laughing are all ways babies react to the world around them. Interacting with the environment augments the developmental processes…

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