Stimulating a Baby's Sensory Development
Stimulating a baby's sensory development is important to introduce sounds, smells, tastes and sights. Discover a baby's sensory development with this free video series on children and infants.
The first several months of life are formative times for a baby. Everything is brand new, including their own bodies. When babies begin noticing their surroundings at around 2 months of age, it is important to begin stimulating their physical development. Early childhood and physical development creates a foundation for their social upbringing. They should be comfortable with physical touch and movement as they begin reaching for toys, rolling over and pushing themselves up with their tiny arms. An essential aspect of baby care, physical development is important to assess early on.
In this free video series on child development, a licensed psychotherapist discusses and demonstrates several ways to stimulate a baby's sensory development from 1 month to 12 months of age. Learn to familiarize babies with smells, sights, sounds and touch by introducing different props and music. As they grow, introduce musical instruments, DVDs and picture books to begin cognitive learning. Stimulate all of babies' five senses for healthy, active development.
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