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It's Playtime, Baby! 12 Simple Developmental Activities to Try with Your Tot

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Pointing Power


It's not polite to point — unless you're a baby (or playing with a baby)! Carry your baby around and point to different objects and things while saying what they are. Even if your baby isn't showing signs of speaking or making many sounds yet, he is listening and observing as you speak. Point to things and ask, "What's this?" You'll be amazed one day when he is able to answer you!

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