- Provide a safe environment that baby can play in.
- Provide toys for cruising/walking.
- Provide toys for language development.
- Provide toys for early learning.
- Provide action/reaction toys
- Stackable toys
- Shape sorters
- Toys for imitative play (i.e. telephone, pots and pans, first aide kit, etc.)
- Play pat-a-cake, peek-a-boo, hide-n-seek
- Provide entertainment center for exploration.
Read a book everyday.
Begin setting limits on behavior at this stage.
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Author : Diba Tillery RN, BSN, IBCLC, CPST
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