Games to Play with Babies Paperback – 4 Jun 2004
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"Featuring more than 225 simple activities to delight and stimulate children during their first year, this book includes numerous intriguing variations on games and notes on what babies will learn from each game... Any equipment needed is readily available and each game is fun and natural-no flash cards here!" - Birmingham Family Times
"Jackie Silberg's Games to Play with Babies could prove to be a life-saver for new parent, grandparents, teen-age baby-sitters and day care staff. There are MANY games, both old and new, that will help create bonds of affection between infants and adults. The format of the book is especially user-friendly. Each page has one activity, lists 'What your baby will learn' and an illustration. Activities are presented for different ages, ranging from 0-3 months to 9-12 months. You may need two copies, one to hide for personal use, and one to loan to others!" - Laverne Nelson
..".the games included in Jackie Silberg's book Games to Play With Babies will help to stimulate the connections in the 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... Games to Play With Babies will allow you to interact with your baby as well as teach them valuable skills while having fun." - San Diego Family Magazine -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.
About the Author
Award-winning author Jackie Silberg is an early childhood advocate and popular keynote speaker. She has written the best-selling books: Games to Play with Toddlers, Games to Play with Two Year Olds and The I Can't Sing Book, also published by Brilliant Publications
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Top Customer Reviews
Is there any parent out there who DOESN'T know that peekaboo, tickling your babies feet and singing them silly songs are things to do?
Here is an example of one of the games just to give you an idea of what's in this book:
*Caring tenderly for babies makes them feel loved and accepted.
*Singing lullabies while swaying with the baby in your arms is a wonderful way to develop trust.
*(gives an example of a lullaby)
*Think of lullabies. Sing or say them to your baby as you rock her and hold her close.
That's a game?? I thought it was more like common sense. The only reason I gave it 2 stars was because of the introduction with baby development, but honestly, you can get that online.
Unless you have no clue whatsoever about a baby at all and feel like you're only starting at him/her all day, then don't get this book.
I have found a lot of great new rhymes and games that have become favorites and some I know will always guarantee squeals of laughter from us both!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good for work and lots of practical activities that I can give to the mothers I work with. .....Published on 9 Sept. 2013 by JJ
Many of the games described are those which everybody does, However worth buying at a 'used price' to get a few more ideas.Published on 8 May 2013 by anon
Very very basic games that people probably already play with their baby, for example naming parts of the body when washing in bath.Published on 7 Mar. 2011 by new mum
An excellent, very well organized book with a wide variety of games to play. Each game shows a relevant age range and is well described. Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2009 by Robin D. Cordery