1- Games to Support Your Baby's Intelligence Development
The brain is an organ that begins to develop in the mother's womb and continues to develop rapidly after birth. To support your baby's 0-1 year old intelligence development, you can play games that stimulate his senses.
(For babies 0-6 years old)
- Ringtone Game
With this game, it is aimed to develop the baby's visual monitoring ability.
Ring bells in different shapes near your baby's body and have your baby follow the bell with his eyes.
- Imitation Game
Look into your baby's eyes and sing, make sounds, make different facial expressions. You can yawn, cough, and even stick out your tongue. Visual and auditory development is provided by this game.
(For babies aged 6-12 months)
- “Where” Game
With this game, which helps ensure language and memory development, ask your baby about the parts of his body. First touch your nose and say it's "nose", then ask "where is your nose?" You can also adapt this to items.
- House Game
You can play this game, which will develop imagination and social skills for 1 year old, by creating an imaginary house under a big cover that you lay on the table at home. Your baby's gross motor skills will increase with this game, which is played with entrances and exits by saying "click click" and "welcome" as if knocking on the door.