Motor Skills

Simply put, an infant’s motor skills help him take an action using their muscles. When your baby roll over, begin to sit or shake the toy--this is when their motor skills are developing. These skills and abilities are dependent on the stimulation the muscles receive everyday. Therefore, parents must indulge in daily, interactive motor skill development activities with the infant. Sign up for the 7-day tutorials from Baby Big Step to help your child improve their motor skills.

Language Skills

One of the most awaited ability a parent seeks their babies to develop is the language skill. Through the initial few months, a parent eagerly waits for their child to begin talking, especially calling them ‘dadas and mumas’. A few weeks into infancy, the baby starts making sounds and cooing. Communication and language abilities in infants can vary from their body language to crying and fussing to eventually communicating with spoken sounds and words. Baby Big Step has 7-day tutorials with detailed activities to promote language development in infants.

Cognitive Skills

The cognitive skills in infants of 0 - 12 months refers to their intellect or mental abilities. Cognition skills in a newborn are developed through the interaction between the baby and their surroundings - the parents, caregivers, pets, grandparents or siblings. Times when your baby responds to various voices, to the times they cry for food and your attention, they are acquiring their set of thinking and reasoning skills. You can enhance their cognitive abilities and thus, their intellect by everyday interactive parent child activities from Baby Big Step.

Socio Emotional Skills

Newborns begin to develop connection with parents and their caregivers from the very first day. In moments like your touch calming them down, to the times when they smile looking at your face or sometimes, imitate your facial expressions they are socially and emotionally connecting with you. With each passing month they uncover a new milestone in their development. As a parent, it is important for you to nurture your infant’s mind. With Baby Big Step 7-day tutorials you can learn to interact with them often to help them establish a strong emotional and social base.

SENSORY SKILLS

From the day they are born all of the infant’s five senses--touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing--get activated. Your newborn quickly learns to recognize your face, the sound of your voice, and how you smell. Spending time stimulating sensory skills in infants helps babies develop cognitively, linguistically, socially and emotionally, physically and creatively. 7-day activities from Baby Big Step promote the development of sensory skills in infants that are necessary for your baby to play, create, investigate and explore.

Motor Skills

Simply put, an infant’s motor skills help him take an action using their muscles. When your baby roll over, begin to sit or shake the toy--this is when their motor skills are developing. These skills and abilities are dependent on the stimulation the muscles receive everyday. Therefore, parents must indulge in daily, interactive motor skill development activities with the infant. Sign up for the 7-day tutorials from Baby Big Step to help your child improve their motor skills.

Language Skills

One of the most awaited ability a parent seeks their babies to develop is the language skill. Through the initial few months, a parent eagerly waits for their child to begin talking, especially calling them ‘dadas and mumas’. A few weeks into infancy, the baby starts making sounds and cooing. Communication and language abilities in infants can vary from their body language to crying and fussing to eventually communicating with spoken sounds and words. Baby Big Step has 7-day tutorials with detailed activities to promote language development in infants.

Cognitive Skills

The cognitive skills in infants of 0 - 12 months refers to their intellect or mental abilities. Cognition skills in a newborn are developed through the interaction between the baby and their surroundings - the parents, caregivers, pets, grandparents or siblings. Times when your baby responds to various voices, to the times they cry for food and your attention, they are acquiring their set of thinking and reasoning skills. You can enhance their cognitive abilities and thus, their intellect by everyday interactive parent child activities from Baby Big Step.

Socio Emotional Skills

Newborns begin to develop connection with parents and their caregivers from the very first day. In moments like your touch calming them down, to the times when they smile looking at your face or sometimes, imitate your facial expressions they are socially and emotionally connecting with you. With each passing month they uncover a new milestone in their development. As a parent, it is important for you to nurture your infant’s mind. With Baby Big Step 7-day tutorials you can learn to interact with them often to help them establish a strong emotional and social base.

Sensory Skills

From the day they are born all of the infant’s five senses--touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing--get activated. Your newborn quickly learns to recognize your face, the sound of your voice, and how you smell. Spending time stimulating sensory skills in infants helps babies develop cognitively, linguistically, socially and emotionally, physically and creatively. 7-day activities from Baby Big Step promote the development of sensory skills in infants that are necessary for your baby to play, create, investigate and explore.

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