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This is the best age to play with the child, because now it will be evident that it is having fun, either by pulling out and putting objects in a box, looking for things that have dropped or receiving, exploring, waving and throwing everything around you. So will be watching your actions from discoveries occasional.

  • Show the child an object performing movements with him, and then turn it in. Let him or her manipulate a moment and remove it again. Show again the object or ofrézcaselo for him to take his hand or ask him for it again by using the words ” give and Take, “catch and release”.
  • Place several objects on the floor or the bed and ask the child to hand you 1 by 1. Make the go by placing inside a box that you have in your hand. As a variation place the box at different points. Then take out objects from a box and put them onto another movement(left-to-right and right-to-left).
  • Give your child a small object and after that play with him, take it off and hide it in his hands (the child must be looking at you); if the child is not to look for him, open your hands dejándoselo see and return them to close to the child to try to abrírselas to get the object. Give it then.
  • Place an object of interest to the child under a cloth, leaving a visible part, for the child to locate more easily. If this is not done, cover and uncover the toy to get the child to take the visible and retrieve it. Then cover completely the object until the child can remove the cloth and retrieve the object. Use other things to cover the object like a pillow, a cup or a box
  • Show the baby an object and when you show interest by to pick it up, take it slowly to one side and place it on the floor. Let the child take, and repeat the action to the other side. Then put the object behind the child (at first you will have to show it), so you have to turn around to retrieve it. You can also test by placing the object behind you. The child must observe all the movement and you can move around leaving you to see the object and back to lid, up to the child to try to recover it (crawling around you, pulling you to check out, etc)
  • Place several objects on the floor and sit with the child in front of the wall. Against it place a bottle cap or a large can (or anything else that sounds when struck). You begin to throw the objects 1 to 1 to the can and place the other in the hand of the baby; when the child throw an object, reward her. If it is necessary to bring the hand to the principle.
  • Present the child with a mobile phone very light and show how to achieve to set it in motion in different ways: soplándolo, touching it, pushing it.
  • Cover a toy of the child's interest with 2 different materials 1 above the other. Encourage your child to locate the toy, lifting one by one the materials that cover it.
  • In the presence of the child wrap a toy of his interest in a diaper, cloth or paper, ask your child to locate the toy.
  • Offer the child a cloth bag with a toy inside and encourage him to open the bag, insert the hand and remove the toy.
  • Hide a small toy in a hand and offer to the 2 closed hands so that the child is directed to the one who has the toy. If the activity is easy for him, you can swap the hands or to cross them after you have seen which hand you hid the toy initially. You can also vary this by hiding the toy under the gaze of the child, under the skirt of the dress, the súeter or in the pocket.
  • Place a box of sand near the child and offer a small toy, once you are interested in it, hide it in your presence, and encourage him to locate within the arena.
  • Show the child 2 matching containers (beaker-shaped) and engage in his presence; then enter the toy of his interest in the vessel, apparently unique watch, disengages the containers and ask her to look for the toy. To complicate a little bit the activity, the container may be without basis, of such luck that the object is in thecontainer.
  • The child present 2 containers (can be equal) , and making sure that he is watching, hide the toy of their interest under 1 of the containers and then move it under the other; encourage the child to locate the toy.
  • Offer the child 2 cylinders or cardboard tubes the same, 1 with no base and one with base; show how you can insert 1 of them on a stick and get it out on the other side, and let him try to do the same with the cylinder that has a base.
  • Give the child a bottle and several nuggets or pebbles, and show her how to enter the seeds one by one into the bottle, and how to get them out again.
  • In a cardboard box well covered, drill some holes the diameter of a pencil; offer the child tapes, laces, popsicle sticks, etc, to enter them in the box through the holes.
  • Offer the child a box with holes through which to insert sticks. Give an equal number of sticks in the holes and show your child how to insert them.
  • When the child is receiving the bathroom, offer her 2 or 3 toys of different material, which in the water have a different result: 1 spoon, ping-pong ball, a figure of sponge or rubber. Let it do what it wants with the toys, because some will sink and others will float.

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