• V
  • Kissimmee, United States
  • a month ago

Learning

How do you get your baby to learn..is it ok to watch learning programs on tv or phone or iPad..I’m not a big fan but my baby likes to watch A B C’s and Elmo here and there...not all day. He is usually playing with toys...But what are things you can do that can teach them..what activities can you do with a 1yr old and help them progress in talking more ...
  • n
  • Bangor, United Kingdom
  • 20 days ago

Jo jingles is good at teaching speech development, confidence, social skills, coordination and so on, bonding aswell my daughter loves those classes, I've also made her sensory bottles which is good for hand eye coordination, concentration, I read her books alot, shes got quite a library, she loves looking at the pictures and so on, I put nursery action rhymes on YouTube and I sing them to her and we do the actions, a water mat teaches her neck control aswell as I can talk to her about the fish in it and the colours and we can count the amount of fish she loves hers, when I'm doing anything I always talk about it while I'm doing it like basically a commentary, if I walk up the stairs I count them out loud lol teach her numbers, if we r playing with her balls I'll say the colours of them to her as I pass them over, praise her constantly as it encourages her more,

  • M
  • Markham, CA
  • 25 days ago

Check out Jady A on you tube. I've got tons of ideas from her.

  • M
  • Markham, CA
  • 20 days ago

You're welcome!

  • V
  • Kissimmee, United States
  • 25 days ago

Thank you Will do

  • R
  • Fairy Meadow, Australia
  • a month ago

While playing just chat with them and when they babble imagine you are having a conversation. I say things like “oh is that how you do it?” Or pick up a block and ask “what should I do with this yellow block?”

  • V
  • Kissimmee, United States
  • a month ago

Ahh ok Thank you

  • S
  • New York, United States
  • a month ago

I think some tv is ok, especially if it’s educational like Sesame Street. If you don’t want them staring at a screen, play toddler music while they play. Talk to them, narrate what you’re doing or just have a conversation with them. Books books books! Also, just exposing them to the world is hugely educational for them, even just taking them with you to run errands. And don’t stress if they’re not talking. Apparently I didn’t talk till I was 2.

  • V
  • Kissimmee, United States
  • a month ago

Lol ok thank you Just don’t want my baby behind...you know...but I guess every baby is different and he will talk when he is really ready I guess

  • Y
  • Roseville, USA
  • a month ago

I like those learning cards - color, number letters and shapes. Reading. I limit tv for my baby bc I don't want him to like it and enjoy it more than reading or playing with his toys. My baby is 13 months and at one point in the morning he'd come and give me a remote control to turn on the TV after that I knew he was having too much TV so I stopped and turned on music.

  • Y
  • Roseville, USA
  • a month ago

Costco has them or probably had them for a good value. One of my friends boy who is slightly over 3. Knows alllll of car brands bc of those learning cars.

  • V
  • Kissimmee, United States
  • a month ago

I lm loving the idea of learning cards.. it’s a good way to show them those cards everyday to not only learn but so it can get stuck in in there head and they can remember from the pictures....

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