Babies swimming

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There is more and more research about the benefits of babies swimming. http://www.babycentre.co.uk/a539332/swimming-with-your-baby provide a full article about this subject. “Your baby can go swimming at any time from birth, although most baby swimming classes start at six weeks. If you are keen … Continued

Help your baby development

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A few days ago I was talking to a friend who has a 9 month old baby. She was very concerned about what activities she could do with her baby, and that’s why she preferred to have her in pre-school. … Continued

Sensory exploring bottles

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Discovery bottles are great for sensory play. These are cheap to make, long lasting and can easily be adapted to materials available at home. It’s suitable for babies and toddlers, it gives them lots of sights and sounds to explore, and they’re … Continued

More exploring, more learning

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Sometimes most of us think that there are very little activities babies can do, especially since they are still mastering basic skills. But, in fact, there are lots of things we can do with babies. Their little brains are absorbing their surroundings and experiences 24/7. … Continued

Exploration from birth

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“Although children respond differently to sensory experiences, these experiences can be therapeutic, improve motor skills, raise awareness of how the world works, and contribute to language acquisition.”  By Rachelle Doorley of Tinkerlab   When babies first interact with the world, they … Continued

Baby sensory game

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This is the first baby post, and I feel very excited to share and write in this category because this is the stage in one’s life when most of your friends are either expecting or having babies. I hope this … Continued