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It's hard to think of a toy that's more entertaining and educational than a set of alphabet blocks. Find out how you can encourage the fun and promote learning with these age-appropriate activities
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You might think that a 2-month-old just sleeps and eats, period. Turns out that your newborn can enjoy and benefit from stimulation and playtime, too. Learn more about infant play and development.
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Baby Games and Activities


The best baby games are very simple, as there's nothing your baby loves more than spending time with you. So try one of the ideas in this video, and let the fun begin!

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Want to have fun playing with your baby while exploring an important concept? This game will help reinforce the idea that objects and people exist even when they can't be seen.
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Thought you were years away from playing ball with your baby? Think again. Discover how a simple baby game can promote motor development and provide some great bonding time, too.
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Now that your little one is more alert and active, it's time for play! Check out these suggestions for baby games and activities that you'll both enjoy.
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There are so many baby development breakthroughs to look forward to as your little one begins to move and become more active. Read on to learn what motor skills your child is working on in the first year.
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While your little one may not be quite ready for the big competition, her unrelenting spirit and determination are world-class. Challenge her abilities and imagination with a Baby Triathlon in your home. Let the games begin!
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Singing or chanting to your child both soothes and comforts him. It's also a powerful means of connecting with him. Sing or chant anytime, anywhere.
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Pack a bag with a collection of sense-stimulating playthings to take on car trips, visits to the doctor, restaurant jaunts-anytime your baby might appreciate some diversion. Toddlers like this too.
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To play the Letter Matching Game, start with only the upper case letters. Explore some of the letters with your child. Does he recognize any of them? Can he find the first letter of his name? When he is ready to play, lay out four of his favorite letters, face up. See if he can find the two letters that look the same.
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It's time for tea! A pretend tea party gives a child a chance to imitate the adult behavior she observes at home and incorporate it into her play.
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Printing patterns onto paper can be a thoroughly satisfying process. It's fun to search for shapes to print, and the results will thrill your child. Best of all, setting up a home studio requires little more than assembling materials you already have on hand.
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Visiting a garden is a wonderful opportunity for your child to discover firsthand how to take care of living things. He can learn what plants need in order to grow, as well as more sophisticated concepts like absorption and evaporation.
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The nice thing about play dough is that it's so very responsive to poking, pushing, and rolling. Its pliability is what makes it so popular with young children, and it's a wonderful introduction to working with the more resistant modeling clay. Buy the commercial stuff, or mix a batch of your own.

Play dough is not for eating. Many young children are still finding out about the world by putting things in their mouth. Your first lesson should be simple: Let's just pretend to eat it...like this!
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Many children this age are actively enjoying the world of make-believe. Your child may rock a doll or teddy bear to sleep, make pretend phone calls, or have animated conversations with imaginary friends. Help set the stage for imaginative play by creating a small house for her to move into.
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Finger puppets are just the right size for entertaining a baby, and can be made in a jiffy. They also travel well. Pop a few in your purse and you're ready to take your show on the road. Find out more.
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Children gain an understanding of letters and numbers by being exposed to them over time. Matching games involving these symbols are a fun and effective way to introduce them to your child.
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Learning to recognize numbers takes practice. Luckily, this kind of practice is as fun as a treasure hunt.
Read Learning Numbers: What's the Number?
Learning Numbers: What's the Number?
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Our little ones do best with moderate stimulation €” too much input can overwhelm them. We can help by rotating toys so there are just a few within our baby's reach, and by making sure there's enough quiet time. Get more tips.
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