Train your baby’s sense of position with games

Train your baby’s sense of position with games

1. Organizing the items should allow the baby to play with the toy by itself and return it to its original position.

The completion of this task requires parents and mothers to use the correct language to remind them that some “remember the ‘home’ of the small animals in the zoo is on the bottom floor of the wardrobe by the door”.

Only when babies hear canonical, detailed descriptions can they learn these words.

  You can play a game with your baby called “I am a scout”. This game requires your baby to be familiar with the location and names of the surrounding objects.

  2. Hidden cats consciously create “equipment” for children to hide, large boxes that some children can drill into, and so on.

  When you walk around and hit them, there should be a “live report” of where you went, including of course where you found them.

  3, build a “highway” to find a vacant lot, and build a road with a baby between a few points, is to build a road for a small puppet’s house, garage and supermarket.

They can all be made of wood or plastic.

  Ask your baby to describe the path the puppet needs to go from one place to another.

  Add some stops, some say traffic lights or zebra crossings, to increase your baby’s vocabulary, and some tasks are more complicated.

Use some short sentences, some “take the zebra crossing across the road” and “turn left at the traffic lights”, etc.

To keep the task brief, ask your baby to describe different routes when using different advances.

  4. Describe the room layout Baby can learn a lot of orientation knowledge by drawing a map.

  On a large piece of paper, ask your baby to draw the walls of the room and mark the locations of the windows and doors.

  Have your baby cut out different colored, shaped pieces of sticky paper to represent different areas of the room, such as a reading corner stand, and stick these small pieces of paper to a large piece of paper.

  Encourage him to make a more accurate indoor map.

This will be a good start for your baby to understand the process of drawing an area.

  The baby can then introduce the interior furnishings of his own small bedroom in a similar way.

  5. Draw a map Use storytelling to motivate your baby to re-lay out the map and read a story, such as “a little parcel”.

His life began in a frying pan in the granny’s attic.

He jumped from the frying pan to the floor, slipped out of the kitchen, ran out the door, and then ran off the path.

He looked around the garden and saw a gardener working.

Then he ran into the field and saw a cow and a horse.

Because all the animals and people were chasing him, he jumped into a deep river, and a fox rescued him.

  When you tell a story, encourage your baby to participate in your discovery. You can repeat this famous dialogue: “Run, run, run as fast as you can, but you can’t catch meI’m the little secretary.

“Let the baby draw a picture to show the sequence of events.

When he describes where each incident happened, you need to describe it correctly and correctly.