Practical tips (development of the child in 3 months)
Toys on a cot
In three months the child is striving to use their physical abilities, so he especially likes to hit arms and legs on a variety of subjects.
Attach to the crib suspension with different toys (or just use a rope). It is best to take the toys after they are hit start to ring or to swing and rotate. Arrange the baby so that he could reach them first with hands and then feet. If you stick to sling plastic circle painted on its face, it will make the game even more fun.
Take baby for a walk: When you go outside with your child, this is a great opportunity to change the situation for you and for him. Place the child under the tree. He likes to listen to the rustle of leaves and watch the play of light and shadows that occur when a gust of wind. Kid will follow the flight of birds, as well as to hear the noise of cars and planes.
Talk with your child: Continue to talk with the child, using every opportunity. Try to change the tone, speak loud and soft voice, quickly and slowly, laughing or, on the contrary, calming the baby. When his turn to speak, wait until he finishes "the phrase" and then repeat what he "said". The more often you will talk with the child, the more he will "babble". Try to call him by his name. Singing a song or reading a poem, replace the words "baby, baby" in the name of the child.
Invite your guests: Invite some kid. Of course, children are too young to play together, but they will notice each other. At the same time, you will be interested to share experiences with other parents.
Sing baby songs: Singing is one of the most useful lessons that we constantly encourage parents during the first year of a child's life. As the child will grow up, you'll notice that changing the method and conditions under which you usually sing. Cradling a newborn you tight to him and sing a quiet, monotone voice. Three-month baby like best when he sang, leaning close over him, pulling away from him.
Games and activities that we offer for children in the period from birth to three months of age, designed to develop auditory, visual, tactile and motor abilities of the child. Now, when he can use his skills to explore the world, our exercise will help him to show them in practice.
During games and practice he will make discoveries, to anticipate events, to develop coordination and to solve new problems.
Observation of Pets: Give the kid a chance to observe someone from Pets. It is particularly interesting to look at dogs, cats and birds.
New perspectives: Take the child in his arms, up and down, so that he could see your face.
Hang in the arena beads: the arena is a great place for a three-month baby. There is enough space so that he could move and roll over and to be able to put toys next to him. Pull in the arena twine spools. Baby will love to hear how they knock each other when it hurts their feet. (If you don't have an arena, beads made of coils can be hung between two chairs.)
Introduce baby to the rhythm of music: Kid likes to listen to music, especially rhythmic. Let him listen to the melody, where there is a clear rhythm. Try to clap hands to the beat of the music, or do it using wooden spoons, tambourine or two clothespins for linen. Listen to music fast and slow, loud and quiet. After some time the baby learns to notice changes in the rhythm.
The ringing of the bell: Put baby on wrist cuff with a neatly sewn bell. Gently shake the hand of a child, so he looked at her and noticed the bell. Then put this cuff on the other arm and shake again, this time a little stronger. This exercise will help your child to learn better part of his body and develop coordination of eyes and hands.
Secure sandbox: Fill a large bowl or a small bowl of oatmeal. Put on a wide tray or plastic litter (so nothing dirty). Sitting on the floor and holding the child on his knees, put his feet and hands in the basin. Explain to the child that he feels. Show how you sift the flour through his fingers. Through this lesson the child learns to enjoy new sensations.
Buzzing bees: the baby more often "Galil" and pronounce the different sounds, try to sing him this song. While singing don't forget to look him in the eye.
You first tell me
As Ju-Ju bee buzzing.
Then I'll tell you
About bee Zhu-Zhu.
Let the kid try to pronounce the sound "W".
Cloth glove: Make a pair of cloth gloves, using for each finger a different type of tissue. Wear gloves on his hands, and let your child touch each finger.
Songs with surprise: Learn a few songs that end in an unexpected way, and sing to their baby. After listening to the song a few times, he will know that in the end it is a surprise. Put the baby on her lap. Shake your knees so that your baby lightly jumped up and down, and sing this song:
Over bumps, the bumps,
On loose tracks.
Holding the baby, spread your knees so that he suddenly slid down.
In the hole - wham!
Leg exercises: Lift your legs up, and then lower, at the same time saying:
Hop, hop, Clap, clap.
Up-down: Take your baby by the hand and gently pull it so that he lifted his torso, then carefully put back. Here is a song you can sing during this exercise:
Now my baby sits,
Here is my baby bear.
He looks pas rattle
How swinging toys.
This game strengthens the muscles of the abdomen of the baby and gives him the opportunity to see the world.
Sail on, sail on, little one: Place baby on her lap. Supporting the back and head, sing a little song. Gently swing your baby back and forth.
Push baby feet: Lay your baby on his stomach on a hard surface. Stand back and put his hands to the feet of the baby. It will be convenient to creep forward, pushing down from your hands. This exercise will help your child learn to crawl on their own.
Kolobok: In the period between the third and fourth month of life, most children begin to roll. First, they usually roll from belly to back, then from the back to the side and, finally, from back to tummy. Help baby develop these new skills. Place a hand under his shoulders and gently rock it from side to side. When he lies on his side, shaking him slightly push and let him try himself to roll over.
Swing the baby to the rhythm of funny songs - will fit any melody. At this age, some babies Wake up at night due to the fact that, turned over in his sleep, unable to return to its former position. If you help your child learn to roll over, this will allow him easier to cope with difficulties.
The development of thinking
Give your child a rattle: Continue to put in the hand of a baby rattle with a thin handle. Gingerly shake. Watch you raise the kid's hand, to see where there is a noise.
Observation of the ball: Lay your baby down on the floor, tummy. At a distance of 70 cm from the face of the baby roll from side to side, striking the ball. After a short training session, the baby will learn to coordinate the movements of eyes and hands and will attempt to approach the ball.
Search bell: Call bell so that the child to be able to notice it. Then remove the bell from a field of view of the kid and then call. Watch will the child look through his eyes. Try to play with the rattle or toy that can squeak.
Playing with a beach ball: Inflate a large plastic ball and tie it with the rope. Lay your baby on his back and hold the ball. I wonder whether the kid to get his leg?
Carousel: Bind to bright plastic ring ribbon and slowly rotate them in one direction around the baby. After a while child, waiting for the ring, will look for his eyes.
Gentle touch: the Child needs to be kept on hand and firmly embraced when he eats. So it's uncomfortable to hold the horn. During feeding leave the hands of the kid free so he could touch and explore, what to eat. He feels your face, eyes, nose, mouth and hair.
Let the dip will become a part of your daily worries about the child. Typically, the schedule is the following: bathing, massage, dressing, feeding and singing before we put him to sleep. Try to do all the necessary tasks in the order that would be convenient for you and for your baby.
Songs in the bathroom while bathing help your child to know myself better. Until you wash it, sing a song about different parts of his body. Try to sing some fun motif of these words, or make up your.
Head and shoulders, knees and toes,
Knees and toes, knees and toes.
Head and shoulders, knees and toes,
Eyes and ears, mouth and nose.
Ball game: Put some colored balls in a baby bath. When the child will carefully consider them and to reach out to them with his hands, he learns the look of floating objects and what they are to the touch when wet and slippery.
Bathe together: in order to take a break and relax, take a warm bath with your child. Holding the baby behind his back, rocking him back and forth. He will enjoy a new sensation. Ask someone from the family to help you get out of the tub. Wet baby can easily slip from your hands.
Pebble: from Time to time, allow the child to be naked. Put it on a cloth or other washable surface in order to avoid any surprises. Without clothes baby feels better to your body. At this time it is good to give him a gentle massage.
Exercises after a bath: Dressing your baby, try to do some exercises. This sing him a little song.
As talking animals: Draw the child in a whisper, as they say" different animals: as bellows cow, dog barking, the cat is meowing, chirping mouse and so on, He will begin to listen to these strange sounds, smile and maybe even rashochetsya.
Bubbles: Show the child bubbles. Use a special liquid and a straw. The kid would be happy to watch as they slowly floating in the air.
Phone conversation: During a telephone conversation, take the child in his arms and look at him. Baby will love to look at you and listen - he did think, what you say to him!
"Tick-tock" ticking clock: Set the clock beside the child, and let him hear them ticking. This will familiarize the child with a sense of rhythm and, maybe, will help to fall asleep.
"Child's play from birth to one year"