Activities For The 11-Month-Old

Development of a baby is particularly rapid in the early months of postnatal life. Essentially, a 11 month old baby is a toddler (or wandering) both mentally and physically. According to health professionals, at this tender age, the baby can clearly understand the demands and signs related to certain actions and words. It is highly recommended to parents that they are intentional and proactive role in improving child development skills by him/her to engage in fun activities.

Activities for the 11-Month-Old

1 st week

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Skills developed

What you need

How to Do It

Food Faces Fine motor skills, pattern recognition A meal consists of various small and easily operated elements including the diced carrots, peas, cherry tomatoes, sweet corns, grated cheese or spaghetti noodles ,, and meat (cut into small pieces) Set the baby food in a small unbreakable bowl; place all the cooked ingredients in another bowl.

Prendreune large flat dish and place in front of your baby.

Now help and direct face him taking the ingredients from the bowl and place them on a plate.

Baby Guide if necessary, and make final arrangement yourself.

My Little Trampoline Walking, standing A spring mattress bed Let the baby standing in the center of the bed with support (hold both hands). Now help her bounce up and down by the lifting of the bed and replace the standing position.The baby can do better if he had started walking.

Another fun activity is to let the baby sitting on the bed with her legs and you bounce gently on the bed with his hands.

The Tiny Hokey Rhythm, language, music and gross motor skills Your own voice Hold the baby on her lap and sing gently and slowly by actions that the baby can see and understand.For example, while singing “You put your left foot,” and put your foot forward so that your child can see it and so on. Once the child gets used to this stupidity, help to actively participate while singing, gently placing your hand on his foot and then move it. Start doing this activity slowly and then increase the speed.

2nd Week

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Skills developed

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Subway Tunnel Sense of cause and effect, fine motor Several cardboard tubes like those inside paper towel or wrapping paper and balls Take the tube and cut it in half to form a hollow. If you want to join a large tray and two hollow with tape.

Sit down with the baby on the floor and show him the way to the hollow held at an angle with the floor. Now put the ball in the palm of its upper end and let the baby watching the ball rolling.

Encourage the child to put the ball in the hollow tile and let the trough to see the ball roll faster or slower.

Small Steamroller Gross motor Two adults Lie on the floor with another adult and let the baby crawl on you both. Leave some space between them so that the baby can first crawl on you while on another adult.
Crack the Nut Gross motor Two adults Sit back to back on the floor with another adult and encourage the child to Snoop both of you. It is good to first pass the concept of the child sitting in the back parà back with the baby and let others tightening adults between.

When the baby managed to get a space in between, encourage her to fit into the space, then crush him gently.

3 rd week

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Skills developed

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How to Do It

Diaper Truck Feeding, fine motor skills A doll whose clothes can be removed easily from Make or buy a simple doll with removable clothing so that the baby can change the layer of the trolley (like changing his). Encourage her to clean the bottom with squares of tissue paper, then change the layer.Help your child change clothes and if it is not able to do it, so help in the process.
Water Staining Hand-eye coordination Plastic container for water, brushes Take a plastic container and fill it with water; provide the baby paint brushes and water. Define its place so that it is sitting in the front side of the wall or any outdoor furniture piece as a low bench or stool. Now show the baby how to paint with water. Do not mind if the child répandde water in the paint.

4 th Week

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Skills developed

What you need

How to Do It

Mount Each Cushion Gross motor Many cushions and pillows Make a pile of pillows and cushions and let the baby to climb over them. Place the largest and most stable pillow at the bottom such as bed pillows or cushions of the sofa and chair cushions place and so on. It is important to stabilize the baby and help him up the mountain pillow that the child may fall after reaching the cushion above the battery.
Baby Beach Covered Imagination, fine motor A container or dish that is relatively large, shallow, sand, some cooking utensils or sand toys, the newspaper Expand newspaper on the kitchen floor, then fill a container or a shallow pan with sand. Place the dish on top. Now, encourage the child to play with sand toys or kitchen utensils such as sieves, spoons, measuring cups and mini filters are fun to play with.
Classified Information Fine motor skills, sorting Several balls of rubber or other similar objects, having a diameter of more than 2 inches, a muffin Gather some similar objects such as toys, rubber balls or large seashells. Now guide the baby how to put objects into each muffin cup. Originally help the baby to fill the cups then dump it out and repeat the process. You can also play tri same objects in cups. This activity helps teach children matching, sorting and grouping of things.

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More Tips on the Activities of 11-Month-Old

1. Safety First

Before or doing any activity involving baby, it is your duty first to ensure the safety of your baby. Nothing is more important than the safety of your baby. It is important to follow safety tips while doing an activity or play.

Install safety gates and doors are robust and high at both ends of the stairs is a better option.Here are some more safety tips:

  • Avoid placing sharp edges on furniture or a disc in the play area.
  • The bottom mattress baby to avoid falling.
  • Use child safety locks on windows, doors, drawers and screens.
  • Do not leave the baby unattended near water.
  • Do not place hot pans and pots, over the counter or the edge of the table.
  • Insert the protection plugs in the alveoli.
  • Keep away toxic substances.

2. Focus on the Development of Your Baby

Do not force the child to do an activity if it is not pasintéressés that each child has their own learning capacity. Activities such as diapering, singing, playing, feeding, kissing and going a ride in strollers are all educational activities that help in the brain development of a baby. Avoid artificial activities for your baby to develop.

Following tips help the baby in the construction of the hand-eye coordination:

  • Provide support when walking
  • Encourage the baby looking for his favorite toy of a basket of toys
  • Leave pull toys / buttons to play
  • Mixing or rolling a ball back
  • Encourage the child to take his toys out of the ground in a standing position without support.

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