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  • Dance and sing! Help baby move her body to the beat. Movement enhances learning! Gently bounce, wiggle,, clap - or whatever feels natural!
     

  • Visit the library and borrow some CDs of kids’ music. Ask your librarian for suggestions
     

  • More activities (printable)

SINGING
  • Young children love to sing, so sing everywhere - in the car, in the bathtub, at the store and at the table.
     

  • Make music with things you have in the house - pots, pans, spoons, boxes, cups. Crawl around on the floor with your child to the beat of the music.
     

  • Songs have a note for each part of a word, so when you sing you’re helping your child hear that words have smaller parts. Clap or tap along to better hear these smaller parts.
     

  • Sing the same quiet song at bedtime. Repetition and routine is good for young children and they will know it’s time for sleep.
     

  • Sing a song you remember learning as a child. A song that was special to you can become special to your child, too!

Activities You Can Do Today
9 - 18 Months​