- by Dr Gowher Pebbles n Pearl Pediatrics and Child Care
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- Sep 02 2017
Tips For 4 to 6 Month Old Child
Thrilling and exciting times in your child’s growth are the months four, five & six. The heads underneath show tracking materials, videos, games & milestones.
Here are a few entertainment games to play with your 4 to 6 month old infant as he begins to check & explore things around and starts communicating & expressing himself.
Motor Games & Activities
- Allow your infant to explore his age fitting toys with his mouth & tongue. Ensure the toys are not that small that risk choking.
- Place your child tummy down on a blanket & move it gradually around the room
- Keep your child on his tummy to play in short spurts for around 60 minutes through the span of the day
- Encourage child to rehearse rehashed moving from back to tummy. Put toys around to empower turning
Sensory Games & Activities
- Buy the balls with various colors & surfaces & texture. Show child how to move, drop & bounce it.
- Help your child to touch different texture with various fabrics, for example –cotton, velvet, wool etc.
- Lift your child up & down, here & there & play in various positions to help build up their feeling of motion & balance.
Communication Games & Activities
- Make lot of facial expressions while talking to your child.
- Read with your child. Reading basically mean portraying pictures.
- Play peek-a-boo.
- Make your child to play with the toys that make sounds
- Encourage two-way correspondence. At the point when your child coos or babbles, ensure to respond & take turns in the conversation.
- Play with rhymes & songs
Feeding Games & Activities
- Collect an assortment of fragrances like flowers, spices, cookies & pass them under your child’s nose each one in turn to perceive what sorts of scents they incline towards.
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