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Let's get the most out of the baby's first years


Professionals agree that the first 3 years of a baby's life is a really special period that is most conducive to a baby's rapid development.

Getting the Most Out of Your Baby's First Years (Photo: iStock) A newborn - even though it doesn't seem to do much - actually learns a lot of information in each of the 5 sentinels. For example, this is the reason why babies try to put everything in their mouths, it is also a way of understanding and discovering and learning. In addition, the baby learns from repetitive experiences, for example, every time we are reassured when he / she loves, admire, cuddle, love, and maintain safety and confidence that promotes emotional development.

What Can Help Your Baby Grow in Early Years?

Let's answer the baby talk

Until our baby speaks, he will communicate in baby language. Let's answer it again during this period, always looking at it, try to speak with a terrific voice. A good way to open the limbs is to use a stronger mimicry to help develop the responsible brain areas.

Let's use playable games

Playable toys, babies attract babies, help to grab our attention. If we use our hands on each of the games, we can teach them how to physically interact with the world. In addition, these toys can be fun for us and for our baby.

Let's be attentive

If your baby is interested in something, then you should definitely keep an eye on what you are doing, deal with the subject of your inquiry, comment on it. This mutual attention confirms how important your interest and observation are to us.

Let's use books from the very first time

A baby's attention can already be captured with colorful, large picture books even when he is not speaking. Let's explain the pictures to him, use different voices, and always speak in an articulate, articulate way. In this way we can also look at the interest in books, and we can also improve the reception and understanding of the language.

Tap the baby often

Always stroke your baby's belly, hair, fingers, even if you are just reading, feeding, or just diapering. Several studies have proven that this can also improve the baby's brain and we can also grab your attention by talking to him for example.

Express our joy to the baby

With our body language, eyes, attention, gentle caresses, smiles, we prove to our little one how much we love, feel, be able to, and make us happy. It also improves your baby's safety.

Do not share our attention

If your baby is explaining to you, playing, oppose trying to focus on more than one thing, pushing your phone, and so on. Instead, let us turn our attention to the very foundation of our security: for babies who feel more secure are sure to pay more attention to learning, to discovering the world.

We ask for help with the totyogulstool

If your child has reached maturity, you can ask them to help and fix the toys, stuffs, cubes, etc. when tidying up, feeding. This child will grasp the play and help you to better understand the categories.

We sing often

Singing songs, rhymes, rhythms help babies in language learning, so sing as often as possible. In addition to singing, we also move our fingers, integrate with our hands, arms, because it helps to combine sounds with small motor operations.

Give an unambiguous reaction to your behavior

A young, developing brain can best learn to interpret the world if the child receives a predictable, reassuring, and appropriate response to his or her behavior. That is why we must always be consistent.

Let's employ the positive discipline

If the baby is doing something that is not right, instead of choking, scaring, etc., falling to his or her height, using a serious voice, and reiterating the rules. The rules should always be simple, concise, consistent - tailored to the age of the child.(VIA, VIA)Related links: