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  Name of Activity: Talk Time  

  Materials: None

 "Developmental Category" This create a bond between the newborn and individual. Also this  promote listening skill and communication skill. Helps the newborn learn how to understand language. 

 "Steps of the Activity"

 1. Lay the newborn in your arms and talk clearly to the baby.

 2.Hold the newborn close to your chest  so that they can feel comfortable to the individual.

 3.Rub the newborn head to create relaxation.

 "Purpose and Benefits"Observe the newborn reaction when talking to them.This will test the newborn listening and communication skills.Also this will create a bond between the child and the individual

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Dwan's Activity Booklet

Social Development Activity

Name of the Activity: Talk Time


 Material: None


 "Developmental Category" This create a bond between the newborn and individual. Also this  promote listening skill and communication skill. Helps the newborn learn how to understand language. 


"Steps of the Activity"

1. Lay the newborn in your arms and talk clearly to the baby.

2.Hold the newborn close to your chest  so that they can feel comfortable to the individual.

3.Rub the newborn head to create relaxation.


"Purpose and Benefits"Observe the newborn reaction when talking to them.This will test the newborn listening and communication skills.Also this will create a bond between the child and the individual

Emotional Development Activity

 Name of the Activity: Teddy Rock 


Material: Stuff Animal or soft teddy bear


"Developmental Category'' Helps the newborn learn how to stay calm and fall back to sleep within their  comfort zone.


"Steps of the Activity"

1.Introduce the newborn to a soft stuff animal or teddy bear.

2.Hug the newborn with the stuff animal or teddy bear.

3.Tell the newborn that you love them.


"Purpose and Benefit"Creates a loving environment and this will enhance the newborn motor skills as well.If the newborn become fussy you can introduce this soft stuff animal or teddy bear to the newborn to create comfort. .

Physical Development Activity

Name the Activity: Bounce Bounce Jump


"Material" : Nothing


"Developmental Category": This helps the newborn creates a sense of movement.It also builds a connection with the newborn. This helps the newborn to stimulates different parts of the body.


"Steps to the Activity"

1. Stand the newborn up on both legs.

2. Jump the newborn up and down to create a bounce.

3.Sing bouncy Bouncy Jump to the newborn as you bounce him or her.


"Purpose and Benefit"

Observe the newborn reaction to the bounce. Test the newborn to see if he or she create any movement regarding you singing the bouncy bouncy jump sing. This will also create motor skills as well.


Cognitive Development Activity

Name of the Activity: Shake Rattle Baby


"Material": Baby play Rattle


"Developmental Category": Helps the newborn notice the difference between size,sound and shapes. This also creates instinctive skills regarding hand touch.


"Step Of the Activity"

1. Place the rattle into the newborn hand and help the newborn shake it to make a sound.

2. Sing a song as you shake the rattle.

3. Lay the newborn on his or her back.


"Purpose and Benefit"

This helps the newborn recognize sounds. Also movement of the head in different directions and using the upper body area. Observe the newborn to test the strength of the head ,neck and hands. 

Social Development Activity

Name of the Activity: Read baby Read


"Material" : Baby Picture Book


"Developmental Category": Helps a the newborn create fine skills and motor skills. This also help a newborn learn communication .


"Steps of the activity"

1.Lay the newborn in a crib or in your arm.

2.Hold the book up so that the newborn can see picture,colors and sound.


"Purpose and Benefits"

Observe the newborn reaction when reading the book for movement, eye contact and hand movement. This will test the newborn listening skill as well.

Reference


https://www.parents.com/baby/development/social/activities-to-encourage-emotional-d..

https://www.livestrong.com › Parenting