Posted By: Aparna Mahto | 17 Feb 2017
The children between the age of birth and three years of old can learn new skills quickly. This is the age of high-speed development and growth as youngsters develop from the infant into the independent kid. They can do all activities on their own. They engage themselves in many important tasks that must reflect this development and growth. Despite for all above, the activities should be sage, appropriate and enjoyable for your children. They must be done according to their skills.
Infants are the beginner to this world and so they engage their parents in many activities. They can make them enjoyable. Infants are new to their emotional, physical, cognitive and social development. Many parents can enjoy a number of activities with their baby that involves:
To capture the attention of your infant you can use interesting puppets.
* Shaking some noisy object.
* Make conversation with them and sing with them.
* Playing peek-a-boo.
* Read some short stories before their bedtime.
* On a nice day, you can take them to a local park to make them refresh.
* Launching them via soft and brightly coloured books to enhance their skills.
* Listening to them a good music during feedings and bath time.
Activities for Toddlers
Toddlers older than one year of age enjoy more activities in comparison to infants. Toddlers are more active and can explore more things without any help from an adult. Many activities are available for toddlers that can help them to practice their motor skills like kicking, throwing and walking etc. The parents can enjoy activities with their toddlers such as:
Colouring or drawing with crayons.
Playing family/house with action figures and dolls.
Throwing and kicking a ball.
Chatting and singing with children or adults.
Climbing on furniture and bouncing on beds.
Dressed up fully and pretend yourself to be a character.
Tearing or cutting up paper or magazines.
Building with blocks and stacking items accordingly.
Children must go through enjoying every phase of life by indulging themselves in particular activities.