What Variations Of Peek-A-Boo Can You Try With Your Baby?
Start off with your hands, and then build this game with other variations slowly as your baby grows older. You can hide your little one’s favorite toy under a pillow and ask them to look for it or purposely hide it partially to let your little one get a rush of joy on discovering the toy finally.
Peek-a-boo is one of the best ways of helping develop your child cognitive as well as motor skills. Trying several variations will help increase his curiosity level as well as energy investment in trying to find out hidden things. You can speak from behind his favourite teddy while he tries to determine if it is you or the teddy talking. You can also try and hide behind partially visible objects allowing them to seek you out and feign a surprise at being caught. A sense of victory excites a child into doing more of it. This will help develop a lot of his early personality too.