During this period, he began to live a bit like a “person.” He met his caregiver and showed strong attachment; he will express dissatisfaction with crying when a stranger holds him; the development of vision makes him more and more interested in the world, and he begins to express his emotions and desires more clearly. The development of motor skills, such as grasping, turning over, and sitting up straight. What you can do:
The adult demonstrates the simple action and speak the name of the toy. After repeated training, the child can indicate the corresponding toy according to the question. You can also use your hand to block his eyes, change the toy to a place, and let the child take the toy. If the child can take the toy, he understands the name of the toy and remembers the characteristics of the toy. 5 minutes each time, 1 or 2 times a week. Place the toy far away from the child, tie the toy with a thread, and place the thread at the child’s hand, so that the child can find a way to pull the toy over the line. Put an obstacle between the toy and the child, such as a quilt, a pillow, etc., so that the child can see the toy, but can not easily get it, encourage him to find a way to get the toy. Through the process of solving problems, exercise your child’s intuitive action thinking ability.
Give your child paper (or whiteboard) and crayons and encourage them to draw on paper or board with a pen. At the beginning, my mother took the child’s hand to teach him to doodle, and realized the feeling of holding the strokes. When the child was familiar, let the children paint at will. When children draw, parents should encourage and guide, do not limit; draw a piece of paper, change another one, you can practice every day, draw about 10 minutes each time.
- Look and figure picture
Choose a picture book or picture that is accurate, simple, and colorful, such as animals, daily necessities, people, etc. Point to the picture to tell the child the name of the painting, and compare the items on the picture with the real thing. Present a bunch of pictures to the child. After the adult says the name of the item on a picture, let the child find out and the child should be praised after the completion. Frequent reading of paintings will stimulate children’s interest in pictures, which is benefit to the simultaneous development of verbal ability and image thinking. You can watch 10 or less shots at a time, read each picture 2 to 3 times, and then take the next reading. You can do it 1 or 2 times a day, not more than 5 minutes each time, so as not to get tired of fatigue.
- Shaking and walking
Take a child’s hand and practice walking. When the child can stand alone, kneel, and stand up, let the children walk away from the two adults who are not far away. The adult’s hand encloses the child to prevent the child from falling. When the child will go alone, play with a drag toy or a small roller to move forward.
- How to bring him to play?
Spread the game mat on the ground and remove excess dangerous items and let him explore and move freely. Play with the children on the ground for a while every day and encourage him to play more. Put some toys that he likes and encourage the children to reach toys. Set some obstacles in front of him to stimulate his hand-eye coordination and motor skills. Perform rhythmic exercises with your child, such as twisting and dancing with music.
Language and cognitive ability
Talk to him in a normal language. If your child does not seem to respond to speech or has no increase in pronunciation and words, ask your pediatrician to check. Teach the child to express “goodbye” by waving his hand, nodding his head to say “yes”, and shaking his head to say “no”. Talk to your child every day. If you want to speak a foreign language, you can. We often say that “companion” and “accompaniment” are two different things, and that “there is no time, we must be accompanied by high quality.” What kind of companionship is high quality? The more busy a parent is, the more he should cherish the limited parenting time and cultivate a smart child with scientific and interesting companionship.