Top 5 Fun Games / Top 5 Apps Games To Play With Your Baby
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Top 5 Fun Games / Top 5 Apps Games To Play With Your Baby

Although it may seem like fun and games, playtime is essential for your baby's development on all fronts—social, emotional, physical, and cognitive. Your little one will take every opportunity to use their senses to discover more about their body and the outside environment. Baby games are a terrific way to help your young one learn and develop, and parents can join in on the fun.

 

Top 1 - 5 Physical Baby Games

1. Peek-a-boo!


This physical game is one of the simplest games to play with your little one. All you have to do is cover your face with your hands and then shout "peek-a-boo" to reveal your face or eyes. You may also change up the game in new ways, such as playing peek-a-boo through his legs after changing his diaper, hiding and then revealing your face with a piece of clothing, or pulling different expressions and making silly noises each time you reveal your face. This baby game is great for encouraging social development in your little one.

 

2. Play Ball


Your baby can enjoy playing with a ball at almost any age. You only need to roll a soft toy ball in this game toward your child. Encourage your little child to grab it. Even so, your baby might grasp it and mouth it or try to roll it back. This physical game is excellent for boosting your little one's development in terms of motor skills.

 

3. Puppet Theatre


Play a finger puppet theatre show with your baby to amuse them. To make the puppets at home, you can use old gloves and cut the finger parts off. Then, you can decorate the fingers with googly eyes, pens and markers, so they look like cute characters. Additionally, you can create finger puppets out of felt or construction paper. Putting on a puppet theatre is a development-boosting activity as it helps your baby to understand emotion and stimulates their imagination at a young age.

 

4. Stacking Towers/Building Blocks


Stacking towers or building blocks are a great physical game you can play with your baby as it helps increase their dexterity and visualisation skills. You can choose to use building blocks or even household items that you can find at home. Stacked toys can be made from empty, clean containers like cereal boxes, milk cartons, or shoe boxes that are light and rectangular. Construct a tower or a fort with your little one, and then allow your baby to destroy it.

 

5. Sing Along


Another excellent baby game to play with your infant is a sing-along game. Recite a rhyme like "Hot Cross Bun," "The Itsy Bitsy Spider," or "Pop Goes the Weasel", and watch as your baby mimics your sounds and words in their way. You can add fingerplay, act out the phrases with your hands as you speak or sing the lyrics. This baby game will introduce your little one to vocabulary and language.

 

Top 1 -  5 Baby Apps

 

1. Kinedu

Kinedu is a baby development-boosting app that offers young children a wide array of games, activities and developmental milestones. More than 1800 entertaining, informative, and age-appropriate activities are available in this app. The app emphasises customization by creating plans using the child's birth information and teaches the little ones about the knowledge appropriate to their age. A daily action plan enables parents and children to learn and use the necessary skills.

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2. KinderPass


 

More than 1,200 screen-free, sensory play activities are available with KinderPass so you can spend quality time with your baby. This includes various learning topics, including linguistic, cognitive, and physical. The app suggests what to do and explains why certain activities benefit newborns, toddlers, and preschoolers. Perfect for your little one to learn and play at the same time.

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3. BabySparks


 

Based on the data you enter, BabySparks offers a daily play schedule for your little one and uses sophisticated adaptive technology to adjust to their demands. With this app, you may access your child's video-based activities, self-help materials, and 8 to 10 daily activities. These development-boosting activities in the app will keep your little one engaged and entertained.

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4. Kids Balloon Pop Game


 

As a parent, you can choose the languages in this programme. This educational game features balloon popping, the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colours. It has a setting that lets you turn off the backdrop graphics or even alter the shape and size of the balloons, making it simple for kids with vision impairment to play.

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Apple App Store

 

5. Sensory Baby Toddler Learning


 

This sensory learning and the development-boosting baby game app can improve your child's hand-eye coordination. Your little one will understand how cause and effect work as they are aided by the vibrating, bubble, or fireworks effects produced when they touch the screen. The fish avatar in the app can be chosen by your child, who can also decide where it swims on the device's screen. The screen lock prevents your child from unintentionally quitting the game. Children with autism can also enjoy this sensory game.

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Apple App Store

 

Is A Smartphone Screen Bad For Babies?


According to the World Health Organisation, babies under two should not use screens, and children ages two to four should use screens no more than one hour each day. It is best to encourage babies with more human interaction to learn organically instead of entirely depending on a digital device. It is also good if babies were to play with more physical toys during their playtime as well so they will not be too hooked on a screen.

 

Summary 

Playing with your infant can be enjoyable, a time for bonding, educational, and developmental growth for them. Whichever game you decide to play, your baby will enjoy it and you will find that these baby games create wonderful memories that you can cherish together.

Many baby games may not go as expected on your first try. The length of time your little one can keep their focus can vary significantly based on age, temperament, and mood. They may play a game for up to 20 minutes at a time, but more often than not, you will need to make changes to it every five to seven minutes. The best way to tackle this issue would be to play with your baby when they are happy and rested.