Good activities for babies

Check out our hints and tips to make sure your baby is entertained. Stimulate your baby with age-appropriate games and activities.

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Can music make my child smarter?

There has, as yet, not been any concrete proof made for this question, but the positive effects of music have been proven in other areas.
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Why is reading to my baby good for her?

Reading to your child is possibly the most important thing you can do for his or her linguistic development.
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When can my child go to a movie?

Taking your child to their first movie can be a thrilling experience – if you follow a few simple tips.
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When can my baby play in a sandpit?

Sandpits are fun, as long as your child is supervised, but they’re not without their risks, so exercise a little caution.
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Can babies swim from birth?

While it may seem that young infants can swim, this is actually an involuntary reaction.  Your child actually does not know how to swim.
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What toys can I buy for my four month old?

Between the ages of three and six months, your child will start to be more aware of the world, and interact more with toys.
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What games should I play with my six month old?

Six to nine month olds are on the brink of learning to cruise or walk, and they’re likely to be very mobile, and gaining dexterity. There are plenty of games that encourage those skills.
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