The latest research affirms the importance of stimulating babies to help their
brain cells form connections, paving the way for future learning. The games
included in Jackie Silberg’s book Games to Play With Babies will help to
stimulate the connections in babies’ brains. In addition, they will improve babies’
listening skills, spark their curiosity, increase their awareness of their bodies and
help them develop a sense of humor. Each game describes what babies will
learn by playing it. For example, your 0–3 month old baby will learn social skills
while playing ‘Baby Boop’, as you touch baby’s different places and make the
sound ‘boop’ with each touch. Games to Play With Babies will allow you to
interact with your baby as well as teach her valuable skills while having fun.
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