When your baby is six months old, introducing clapping and movement games will encourage their language and muscle development.
Playtime 2-6 months
This is a good activity to help your child to develop basic upper body and lower body movements, as well as visual acuity. Lay a blanket on the floor, place your baby on it, and surround them with a variety of colourful baby toys within kicking or reaching distance.
Hand control 1-3 years
This activity helps your toddler develop fine motor control in the hands, as well as hand-eye coordination. Sit together reading your favourite picture books—pointing a pictures, discussing the images, and letting your child turn the pages.
Bunny hop 2-3 years
Talk with your toddler about rabbits and bunnies. How do they move? Play “Follow the Leader” while hopping, and take turns being the leader. This activity develops basic jumping along with agility, balance, and coordination.