InfantCore is a great program for toddlers and infants. It’s not a program that can be introduced to babies in the womb, but it has many benefits for babies. Here are some things you need to know about this program.
Know what your baby wants to learn. If you want to take advantage of this program, you have to know what your baby wants to learn. Some babies will always want to learn more about colors while others just want to learn about colors on the page.
Think about your own interests. If you love to read, you might want to encourage your baby to read. If you like to cook, your baby might like to read about what you’ve cooked. Even if you aren’t really into anything that’s going to interest your baby, it’s always good to know what to encourage them to do.
Ask your doctor about any new experiences, your baby is interested in learning. Your doctor may also be able to suggest some books or videos that might interest your baby. There are programs out there that teach your baby about things like multiplication tables, Roman Numerals, and even Chinese Characters. These things are fun for babies!
Your baby is only going to be learning from you for so long. You can’t expect your baby to remember everything they see. Try to focus on things that they might find interesting, but don’t make them memorize everything they see.
Let your toddler explore the world without you constantly pointing them to the camera. Have them play with things at home that they can touch, but don’t let them explore it in photos. This will also help them develop their hand-eye coordination. As they get older, you can start introducing them to video games and other things. Then, they can start to develop the skills that you want them to learn.
Keep your toddler busy with something to do while they’re sleeping. Toddlers usually sleep for about eight hours a night. Allow them the luxury of having someone else do something that they enjoy while they’re asleep. Don’t make them do work that they don’t want to do, but help them with tasks that they’ll enjoy.
Provide your toddler with a good book or an exciting activity while they’re in bed. Get them involved in something they will enjoy instead of forcing them to watch TV or play a game. You don’t have to be present at everything, but give them something to do and they’ll be much happier.
Toddlers need repetition to be successful. They should spend enough time doing things over again to make sure they develop a sense of pattern. Tell them that the same thing happens every day, every week, or every month. As soon as they know what’s going to happen, get them to repeat it until they’re perfect.
Use different words to speak to your toddler every day, but use certain words to repeat the same thing over again. Your toddler won’t learn all the words he needs to speak by repetition, but if you use certain words for certain times of the day, they’ll learn them faster. This is an excellent way to give your toddler plenty of practice without forcing him to say the same thing over again.
Limit screen time to no more than two hours per day. Since you won’t be able to be present to watch your toddler with video games and other sources of stimulation, limit your child’s screen time to two hours per day. You’ll also be less stressed out if you limit screen time.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed or when your toddler seems to be having difficult moments, remind yourself to take a deep breath and realize that nothing bad is happening. Everyone gets scared at times, and we all need to be reassured that everything will be okay. – Babies are the best teachers!