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  • Read your world - Read aloud signs and labels as you travel around town or do your shopping.

  • Read on the go - Keep a book in your diaper bag for those long lines or unexpected waits.

  • More activities (printable)

  • Let your baby hold and play with books. Cloth and board books are great for little hands

  • Use silly voices when you read, and soon your baby will begin to make silly sounds too. Encourage every coo, gurgle and growl.

  • Point at pictures and say the names of objects out loud. Your baby will listen and learn the importance of language.

  • Hold your baby on your lap while you read, and make eye contact.

  • Your baby loves your voice, your touch and your face.

  • Try these titles: Baby Faces by Roberta Grobel Intrater, El Libro Rojo –The Red Book by Alejandro Longo, Snap! Snap! Buzz Buzz by Rich Cowley

Activities You Can Do Today
Birth - 8 Months​