While they're sitting on your knee, sing a song to them and integrate actions into it. The interaction that comes from playing is very valuable!
Peek-a-boo is the ultimate baby game. Or, you can ask them, 'How big are you?' and they'll stretch their arms wide!
Although your newborn is very nearsighted, he CAN see your eyes and face when you're close to him. Spend lots of time smiling at your infant, and you may find he gives his first smile back to you.
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When playing any game with your infant, remember that your little one will pick up activities at his own pace. Be patient during the process, and allow yourself to enjoy the games as much as your baby will!
A fun activity both for you and the baby will be creating an obstacle course in your living room. Set up soft barriers and walk your baby through it. This will develop several skills and muscles. Watch for more details.
Stacking blocks help your child develop both gross and fine motor skills. It will also help your baby learn about cause and effect. Watch this video for more information.