7-8 months baby's happy game
Publisher: Yijia (Fujian) publishing time: Print this page in September 28, 2009.
1, tapping and beating: the purpose is to develop hand movements and promote hand eye coordination.
Play: prepare all kinds of toys, teach babies all kinds of games.
(1) Fiddle: The adult first handed the baby a block in the right hand, and then handed him another block in the right hand, taught him to pass the block in the right hand to the left hand, and then the other block you gave him in the right hand. When the building blocks are taken in both hands, the adults also take a block in both hands and do the action of putting it down and picking it up for the baby to imitate. Then he taught him to close up two blocks, separate them, pile them up, and so on.
(2) Percussion: The adult first demonstrates the sound of two blocks of building blocks, so that the baby can imitate the action of percussion, and then show him the stick percussion drum, then hold the baby's hands and teach him how to percussion. After learning, let the baby beat the drum.
(3) Shaking: The adult shakes the baby with a loud toy, lets him listen to the sound, and then lets him imitate shaking. Tip: After the baby learns to knock and shake, adults can hold the baby's hand while doing knocking or shaking, while singing children's songs or short children's songs to cheer up.
2. Climb to get the ball: Objective: To develop the ability of eye, hand and foot to coordinate movement, promote the whole body muscle activity and exercise will. Play: Let the baby lie prone on the bed or table, in front of him put a ball (or other toys) to entice the baby to crawl forward. When he tried to move his body, he encouraged him to say, "the ball is in front, crawling over to get the ball." At the same time with the palms of the baby's left and right feet, push forward alternately, so that the baby's feet with thrust forward to move forward, crawl to get the ball. After repeated practice, the baby can gradually crawl independently. Tip: Crawling is a difficult action to learn. Adults must train their babies patiently before they can break through this difficult task. When babies are just in school, they will only retreat or climb in the center of the abdomen. After training, it will crawl forward. You can spread mats or carpets on the floor, put the baby in the middle, surrounded by toys to entice him to crawl to pick up all kinds of toys.
3, lifting feet to move: Purpose: training to lift the feet to the front, left and right, and to prepare for learning.
(1) The adult stood in front of the bed, holding the baby's armpits in both hands, so that he stood firm, taught him to lift one foot forward, the other foot followed by the heel, learn to move forward. Learn to move forward and learn to move to the left or right.
(2) After the baby learns to move step by step, he is allowed to stand on the ground, and the adult bends down and holds his armpit under his back with his hand, so that he can stand firm, and then slowly guides him to move forward.
(3) After the baby learns to move forward, the adult can stand facing the baby and hold the baby's forearm or wrist in both hands to help the baby move forward in the right and left casters. Tip: When a baby learns to walk with the help of his mother, the father can ring the bell in front of the baby to attract him to move forward.
4. Pull the rope.
Objective: to develop the coordination of hand and eye, grasping and pulling with hands, and developing the ability to understand language and thinking.
(1) The adult sat at the table with the baby in his arms. A toy rope was placed on the table. The other end of the rope was placed where the baby could touch it. Then he motioned the baby to reach for the rope and teach him to pull the rope in his own direction until he got the toy. Repeated practice, when the baby skillfully pull the rope, can be placed on the table without a toy rope, let the baby to distinguish which rope to pull to get the toy.
(2) Place a plastic doll in the plastic cup, then put a rope through the handle of the cup and place the two ends of the rope in front of the baby. At the beginning of the game, observe whether the baby will pull the rope with two hands. If you use the experience of previous games to pull one end of a rope, you can't get toys. After failure, adults hold the baby's hands and pull at both ends of the rope to pull the cup in front of them and get the toy. Then let the baby practice it repeatedly and get the doll out of the cup to play for him to encourage. Tip: The toys tied to the rope are often replaced. Every time he picks up the toy, he should be taught the name of the toy by the way.