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Developmental Play (Four to Seven Months)

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  • Provide action/reaction toys
  • Stackable toys
  • Shape sorters
  • Toys that shake, roll, rattle, bang
  • Toys for imitative play (i.e. telephone, pots and pans, first aide kit, etc.)
  • Provide entertainment center for exploration and stationary exersaucer
  • Provide tummy time
  • Play peek-a-boo
  • Read a book everyday

 

 

 

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