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Infant child care: Exciting bath time games to stimulate your child in McKinney

Posted on 06-22-2014

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Stimulating your child’s brain starts with the simple, informal things done at home. There are lots of ways to make your baby’s everyday activities educational. Playing with your baby during bath time is one of them.

While changing your infant’s diaper or getting your child ready for a bath, gently play with your baby’s toes and feet, giving them light tickles. Add the “This Little Piggy Went To Market” song, touching a different toe per verse.

After bath time, give your infant’s tummy a sampling of different textures. Collect an assortment of soft, touchable household objects. One at a time, brush each item ever so gently across your infant’s skin, describing the sensation as you go along. Implement this into your child care routine.

After bath time, warm a dime-sized amount of baby massage oil by rubbing it between your palms. Gently massage into your baby’s skin. Name your infant’s body parts as you massage each part.

Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy Infant Big Steps Curriculum

As a working parent, you want your infant’s physical and emotional needs to be taken care of as effectively as you do during your night time routine. Your infant should feel as loved during the day as he does at night. You can rest assured that at Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of McKinney, your infant will be loved and cared for by our professional child care providers. They are trained in a curriculum that promotes multiple opportunities for motor and sensory activities for your child.

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