What do 10 week old babies play with?

What do 10 week old babies play with?

Your 10 week old baby will prefer bright toys which he can gaze at, try to reach and will soon be able to hold and chew. Rattles, teething rings, things to hang over his stroller, play gyms and mats will all grab his short attention, especially when you get down on the floor with him and engage him in play.

How do I stimulate my 10 week old baby?

Music, musical toys, soft rattles and crinkly stuffies will seize baby’s attention. There’s also plenty for baby to play with closer to home—at the end of their arms and legs, to start.

How do I stimulate my 2 month old baby?

Other ideas for encouraging your baby to learn and play:

  1. Gently clap your baby’s hands together or stretch arms (crossed, out wide, or overhead).
  2. Gently move your baby’s legs as if pedaling a bicycle.
  3. Use a favorite toy for your baby to focus on and follow, or shake a rattle for your infant to find.

What development should a 2 month old have?

By 2 months your baby will have discovered their fingers and hands. They will hold their hands open and grab an object (although they don’t know how to let go yet!) They might also clasp both hands together. 2-month-old babies will start to learn how to coordinate their movements.

What are some good games for a 10 month old?

Helps baby develop language skills. Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes: Sing “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” while acting out the motions with baby. Baby may not be able to fully participate, but it’s a good practice standing alone! Helps baby learn parts of the body. Body Points: Ask baby where their feet are.

What’s the best exercise for a 10 month old?

Sitting on Exercise Ball: Place baby in a seated position on an exercise ball and hold them firmly at the hips. Bounce them up and down, and roll them slightly forward and backward. Helps baby exercise core muscles while sitting and develop their sense of balance.

What’s the best play for a 3 month old?

Play ideas for encouraging baby cognitive development At 3-6 months Here are some fun and simple play ideas for you and your baby: Read books, sing songs, and recite nursery rhymes together. Babies enjoy cloth books with different textures, flaps and puppets. Teach your baby how to hold, drop and roll different balls.

What should I do with my 10 month old?

Family Meals: Have baby join you at the table during mealtime so they notice the different foods you are eating. Share new, safe, bite-sized foods from your plate. Helps expose baby to different smells and sights. First Time Foods: Give baby new foods first, while they’re still hungry and more open to the new experience.