For Babies: All the world’s a playground!

It’s hard to argue with a genius like Albert Einstein. After all, he was, well, an actual genius. So it’s no surprise that he was right when he declared that “Play is the highest form of research.” Turns out that even babies use play to research the world. Infants learn about new sounds, sights, tastes, movements, and touches—all through play.

Peekaboo

All the world’s a playground!

Support your child’s play by talking to your child to enhance his language development, stepping in when he needs help, or stepping back and watching your little scientist figure it out himself!

3 musical learning games that support your baby’s sight and touch coordination.

 

 

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