Learning to communicate correctly! (from 3 to 6 months)
And we continue to learn how to communicate correctly! In this article, the third in a row (who joined us just now, read the articles Learning to communicate correctly for newborns from 0 to 1 month and for 1-3 months), the baby has grown up and he is 3 to 6 months old! The basic principle of pedagogy for each day remains unchanged!
Love just because a little man has appeared in your life. And do not forget to show your child your love through the right communication with him!
But the possibilities of the baby do not stand still, but develop! So our communication with him is changing a little. Let’s see what opportunities the baby has at the age of 3 to 6 months.
- Your toddler can freely turn the head to the sounds of the voice or to the sounds of his beloved rattle.
- Even if the sound source is not visible to the baby, it will turn the head and look for it.
- Likes to treat, feel the toys hanging over him.
- Fingers of the baby hold the toy well, can take it from the hands of an adult.
- Games with a toy become active (looks, pulls into the mouth).
- Their pens are also a wonderful toy, they play with them.
- She smiles consciously at the conversation with him (I recall that earlier the smile was physiological, that is, reflected the state of happiness of your baby).
- Long can walk, sing songs.
- He rejoices at the meeting with his mom-dad, a close person, learns them.
- A different reaction to acquaintances and strangers.
- Distinguish from strict and tender treatment.
- Bright manifestations of the revitalization complex (I recall that this complex appears in the period of 2 months, it includes an active smile, walking, movement with handles and legs, bending of the back, turns on objects and people).
- Beginning babbling, the kid pronounces individual syllables.
- Mimics your facial expressions.
- He takes the nipple himself.
- The bottle is well held in hands.
- Independently turns from back to belly, then to the side and as wants, turns. Creeps forward, backward.
- He leans his feet on the pedestal when the adult is holding under the armpits (as read in the previous article).
- The kid learned to step over, of course, when he is held under the mouse. When the toy is like, he draws his hands to it.