At the age of Six months your baby is soon going to experience many emotional, social and physical changes in her life. As she walks her way to the stage of toddlerhood, her progress can be directed in a better way with play and learn techniques. This way you will encourage brain development and various other skills important for your child’s overall development. Always remember, repetition is a must as many games will not work the way plan in the first instance. Some games your child will enjoy while other he may not pay attention to. Let’s engage in a few fun activities to boost up the learning phase of your 6 month old.
Playing peek-a-boo with your child is always fun. Bring in some toys and partially hide them under the blanket. Now ask the baby to find it. The baby will fetch you the hidden object. Ones mastered this; you may try hiding the object completely. This simple game will develop child’s fine motor skills and object permanence concept.
You’ll observe something magical about the bubbles. Your baby can focus far away and will be very happy to play the bubble game. Bubbles can be everywhere and anywhere. A bubble bath can make your kid cheery. See the tears dry up her cheek when she tries to catch the bubbles hovering nearby.
Clap With Momma Rhyme Time
Clapping is a very good exercise to activate the pressure points. It’s good for the baby as well. As your child learns to clap introduce to her the clap rhyme. Add on some background music to lighten up her mood. This will improve baby’s imitation skills with fun.
Sound Introduction With Noisy Toys
Your baby will respond quickly to sounds when he is around six months old. Introduce him to different types of sounds. Toys like musical phones or guitars, rattles, xylophones and more. Here is perception and cognitive skills will enhance. The pleasant sounds will make his day wonderful and enjoyable.