Here you will know some activities for you to do with your child according to the skills they possess at this age.
- Place the child in a position of crawling, acarícielo and show him an object that will call the attention for him to look at while remaining in that position. Increase the time little by little.
- Place the child in a position of crawling and an object within the reach of his right hand. To catch it, the child will have to raise your hand and then return to the starting position to maintain balance. Do the same with the left hand.
- Place the child in a position of crawling and hold a rattle at your fingertips; when the child lift one of his hands to catch it, move away a little the rattle and shake it again, to force the child to move in this position. If the child does not advance to hold the toy, you let her manipulate you and start the exercise again.
- Place the child in a position of crawling and offer a toy distant from their hands to strive to reach it; if it is too difficult, place your hands on the soles of the feet of the baby can be supported and promoted.
- When the child is crawling, place a toy of interest to the other side of an obstacle (pillow-block), forcing the child to pass over it, or crawl around to reach it.
Play with the voice (babbling)
- Take advantage of any vocalization that the child can produce; shadow him several times, looking for the child to occur again. Reward her when you do.
- When the child articulates a syllable (map) repeat then for the child to imitate (babbling). To associate the babbling actions such as palms, bumps, movements of the head, to give the game character and to encourage their extension.
- Increase the number of syllables used in the "babbling" to encourage in the child the repetition of different sounds. Make sure to place so that the child can see clearly the face and movements of your mouth.
- When the child makes a sound try to imitate it through a container (jar - cup - cube - cone); if the child shows interest put the container in his mouth for him to produce the sound. Repeat the activity by changing the intonation of your voice.
- Sing around the child a round using mimicry. Repeat any vocalization that the child is issued, to motivate him to repeat again.
- Place a mirror in front of the child, talk to him through the mirror vocalizing clearly and wait for their response. Reward any production of voice and encourage its repetition.
- Give the child one-on-one and with some minutes of interval, a cube, a wheel, a ball, a triangle, a stick, etc., for the handle to go naming each one of them while you are speaking to the child, and he manipulates the object.