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  • What is Sensory Regulation?
    Every Person has a Distinctive Sensory MakeupSensory regulation, or sensory integration or modulation, are all terms that refer to a person’s ability to regulate and process the stimuli they constantly receive from the environment and their own body. It may seem complicated but, in fact, it just means that your brain processes sensory data – e.g. sights and sounds or positions and temperature – to make sense of sensations and form a unique experience of the world. Children and adults naturally learn to work with their inborn tendencies, adopting habits and behaviors that regulate the input they receive to help create a satisfying day-to-day experience.
    Every person has his or her distinctive makeup and level of sensitivity to stimulation, i.e. their own experience of the world and of everything that goes on in it. Some people are very sensitive to sounds, smells, tastes, sights or touch, while others are less sensitive, letting some things just pass them by. For instance, some babies need a lot of stimulation to draw their attention while others can't handle too much stimulation. This means that some babies will be enchanted by a toy the plays lively music and has bright lights while other babies might find the toy a bit over the top and cry or avoid it. Parents should work with their baby’s natural tendency and regulate the level of stimulation they offer accordingly. 
    Learning How to Filter StimuliThe process of sensory regulation is a central part of baby’s growth and development in the first few months of life and is one of the central developmental challenges a baby faces. Babies are born with an immature ability to regulate the input they receive and gradually learn how to handle all the stimulation around them, acquiring a better ability to filter the stimulation rather than being overwhelmed by it.  A good example of this is the fact that many newborns cry when they are undressed or bathed, but after a month or two they relax and start enjoying the experience. Interactions with the world, such as being held by other people, touching different materials or toys, moving in and out of postures on the floor, tasting different flavors, and hearing different voices and sounds all aid in the development of the sensory systems.
    Parents play a central role in helping their babies learn to modulate the input they receive and reach the right level of stimulation for their unique personality. Some parents are unaware of just how important it is to “mind your baby’s mind”. Being aware of baby’s mental and cognitive capacities and learning how intensely he or she experiences the world should affect the way parents interact with their babies. For instance, if your child is sensitive to sounds and can’t avoid turning his head towards every voice he hears, it would be a good idea to play in a quiet environment and avoid disruptions during playtime. This will help baby regulate the noises around him and focus. This sort of adaptation to baby will ensure that the experience parents offer is as positive and constructive as possible.
    Baby’s Response to Sensory Stimulation
    0-3 Months:In the first three months, baby’s sensory system is ready to operate but still very immature. This is apparent in babies’ ever-changing sleeping and eating routine during these months. It can be very hard to understand what your baby really needs at this stage, but it is important to be sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues. Among other things, this will help baby establish self-regulation.  3-6 Months:Baby begins to show the first signs of self-regulation after she becomes more acquainted with her surroundings. She can turn her head away if a certain kind of stimulation is too much; offer a wider array of cues to signal what she wants; and more. For instance, if baby signals she has had enough to eat you should listen to her and not try to get her to eat more. Relying on baby’s cue in this way helps her develop a sense of satiety and further develops self-regulation.
    6+ Months:Baby’s unique sensory experience of the world becomes apparent. Now parents can better understand their baby and see whether he tends to seek stimulation or avoid it; whether he is sensitive to sounds, smells, sensations; etc. This familiarity with baby’s natural tendencies will help adjust the level of input while slowly increasing or reducing stimulation to allow more sensational stimulation or focus, depending on what baby needs.  
    The Role Parents Play: Working with Baby’s Innate Tendencies 
    Translating the World for Your Baby“Sensation is the common language by which we share the experience of being human; it provides a common ground for understanding.” (2)
    During the first year, babies reveal their own unique biological-neurological processing tendencies, unknowingly offering caregivers an excellent tool to help shape the kind of experiences they offer. Through interaction and play, you translate the world for your baby, helping baby realize his or her full potential while strengthening your bond and deepening your relationship. Your own act of mediation during this early period helps babies learn how to later mediate the world for themselves. 
    Being Sensitive to Boundaries while Stretching the LimitThe tricky thing is to juggle between shielding a child from unpleasant experiences and introducing unfamiliar experiences. In this sense, a parent needs to find a balance between tailoring experiences to fit baby’s natural tendencies and gently stretching the emotional and cognitive boundaries to allow their child a wider sensational scope and greater flexibility in responding to the environment. For example, if your baby cries when you turn his crib mobile on, try using the toy without music initially and gradually add the music, allowing baby to become familiar with the sound. 
    Know the Limits of your ControlIt is important to remember that a child’s own unique way of experiencing the world varies and is affected by an array of variables, such as the time of day, level of tiredness, even the time of year. In other words, always remember that your influence is significant but subject to baby’s changing mood and that flexibility is always helpful. For example, you might assume your child is less sensitive to stimulation in summertime, but discover that in the cold winter a new highly sensitive side appears, changing your little one’s experience of the world and the character of your interaction. For example, you may find that she resists wearing socks or dislikes the heavier more constraining fabrics of winter. 
    Playing: Sensory Modulation in ActionLearning your baby’s natural tendency can contribute to the bond you establish and help you understand your baby. Click the photos to view our product pages and enter our How to Use tab for some useful sensory regulation tips that could help you adapt your play with baby. Using these products in a way that corresponds to your baby’s natural tendency can help create a positive experience of the toy or product.    

    Understanding Your Baby’s TendencyParents understanding of baby’s unique sensory tendencies can help reduce the tensions associated with various levels of sensitivity, encourage development and, most of all, help make the child’s experience of the world more fun and satisfying. In the vast majority of cases, being sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues and interacting and playing in a way that fits baby’s tendencies will encourage baby’s positive experience of the world and help him or her find the way to self-modulate their experience adequately. 
    If you feel that your baby is having a hard time processing the stimulations he or she is receiving from the environment, you could always consult a professional who will be able to evaluate the situation. A professional has the tools to check whether baby’s excessive crying or tendency to arch their back when held, for instance, is just a phase or something that demands a little extra attention. Minor problems with sensory regulation are quite common and professional guidance can be a great help in such situations. Some good advice could help you and your baby find the way to really enjoy your time together, playing and interacting in a way that supports the development of sensory regulation.  In the preparation of this article, Tiny Love has enjoyed the consultation and guidance of Dr. Dana Weiss-Arhad, a developmental psychologist. Dr. Weiss-Arhad works as a developmental advisor at the Dana Children’s Hospital, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, where she evaluates difficulties in parent-child relationships and treats various symptoms in babies: sleep disorders, eating disorders, behavioral problems (constant crying, restlessness, aggression, etc). She has also worked at the Child Development Center, Meir Medical Center.  
    References1. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Supporting Children to Participate Successfully in Everyday Life by Using Sensory Processing Knowledge, Infants & Young Children, April/June 2007, Vol. 20, p 84-101.2. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, The Sensation of Everyday Life: Empirical, Theoretical and Pragmatic Considerations, The Amercian Journal of Occupational Therapy, November/December 2011, Vol. 553. http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/SPD-symptom-checklist-for-infants-and-toddlers.html


  • What is Sensory Regulation?
    Every Person has a Distinctive Sensory MakeupSensory regulation, or sensory integration or modulation, are all terms that refer to a person’s ability to regulate and process the stimuli they constantly receive from the environment and their own body. It may seem complicated but, in fact, it just means that your brain processes sensory data – e.g. sights and sounds or positions and temperature – to make sense of sensations and form a unique experience of the world. Children and adults naturally learn to work with their inborn tendencies, adopting habits and behaviors that regulate the input they receive to help create a satisfying day-to-day experience.
    Every person has his or her distinctive makeup and level of sensitivity to stimulation, i.e. their own experience of the world and of everything that goes on in it. Some people are very sensitive to sounds, smells, tastes, sights or touch, while others are less sensitive, letting some things just pass them by. For instance, some babies need a lot of stimulation to draw their attention while others can't handle too much stimulation. This means that some babies will be enchanted by a toy the plays lively music and has bright lights while other babies might find the toy a bit over the top and cry or avoid it. Parents should work with their baby’s natural tendency and regulate the level of stimulation they offer accordingly. 
    Learning How to Filter StimuliThe process of sensory regulation is a central part of baby’s growth and development in the first few months of life and is one of the central developmental challenges a baby faces. Babies are born with an immature ability to regulate the input they receive and gradually learn how to handle all the stimulation around them, acquiring a better ability to filter the stimulation rather than being overwhelmed by it.  A good example of this is the fact that many newborns cry when they are undressed or bathed, but after a month or two they relax and start enjoying the experience. Interactions with the world, such as being held by other people, touching different materials or toys, moving in and out of postures on the floor, tasting different flavors, and hearing different voices and sounds all aid in the development of the sensory systems.
    Parents play a central role in helping their babies learn to modulate the input they receive and reach the right level of stimulation for their unique personality. Some parents are unaware of just how important it is to “mind your baby’s mind”. Being aware of baby’s mental and cognitive capacities and learning how intensely he or she experiences the world should affect the way parents interact with their babies. For instance, if your child is sensitive to sounds and can’t avoid turning his head towards every voice he hears, it would be a good idea to play in a quiet environment and avoid disruptions during playtime. This will help baby regulate the noises around him and focus. This sort of adaptation to baby will ensure that the experience parents offer is as positive and constructive as possible.
    Baby’s Response to Sensory Stimulation
    0-3 Months:In the first three months, baby’s sensory system is ready to operate but still very immature. This is apparent in babies’ ever-changing sleeping and eating routine during these months. It can be very hard to understand what your baby really needs at this stage, but it is important to be sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues. Among other things, this will help baby establish self-regulation.  3-6 Months:Baby begins to show the first signs of self-regulation after she becomes more acquainted with her surroundings. She can turn her head away if a certain kind of stimulation is too much; offer a wider array of cues to signal what she wants; and more. For instance, if baby signals she has had enough to eat you should listen to her and not try to get her to eat more. Relying on baby’s cue in this way helps her develop a sense of satiety and further develops self-regulation.
    6+ Months:Baby’s unique sensory experience of the world becomes apparent. Now parents can better understand their baby and see whether he tends to seek stimulation or avoid it; whether he is sensitive to sounds, smells, sensations; etc. This familiarity with baby’s natural tendencies will help adjust the level of input while slowly increasing or reducing stimulation to allow more sensational stimulation or focus, depending on what baby needs.  
    The Role Parents Play: Working with Baby’s Innate Tendencies 
    Translating the World for Your Baby“Sensation is the common language by which we share the experience of being human; it provides a common ground for understanding.” (2)
    During the first year, babies reveal their own unique biological-neurological processing tendencies, unknowingly offering caregivers an excellent tool to help shape the kind of experiences they offer. Through interaction and play, you translate the world for your baby, helping baby realize his or her full potential while strengthening your bond and deepening your relationship. Your own act of mediation during this early period helps babies learn how to later mediate the world for themselves. 
    Being Sensitive to Boundaries while Stretching the LimitThe tricky thing is to juggle between shielding a child from unpleasant experiences and introducing unfamiliar experiences. In this sense, a parent needs to find a balance between tailoring experiences to fit baby’s natural tendencies and gently stretching the emotional and cognitive boundaries to allow their child a wider sensational scope and greater flexibility in responding to the environment. For example, if your baby cries when you turn his crib mobile on, try using the toy without music initially and gradually add the music, allowing baby to become familiar with the sound. 
    Know the Limits of your ControlIt is important to remember that a child’s own unique way of experiencing the world varies and is affected by an array of variables, such as the time of day, level of tiredness, even the time of year. In other words, always remember that your influence is significant but subject to baby’s changing mood and that flexibility is always helpful. For example, you might assume your child is less sensitive to stimulation in summertime, but discover that in the cold winter a new highly sensitive side appears, changing your little one’s experience of the world and the character of your interaction. For example, you may find that she resists wearing socks or dislikes the heavier more constraining fabrics of winter. 
    Playing: Sensory Modulation in ActionLearning your baby’s natural tendency can contribute to the bond you establish and help you understand your baby. Click the photos to view our product pages and enter our How to Use tab for some useful sensory regulation tips that could help you adapt your play with baby. Using these products in a way that corresponds to your baby’s natural tendency can help create a positive experience of the toy or product.    

    Understanding Your Baby’s TendencyParents understanding of baby’s unique sensory tendencies can help reduce the tensions associated with various levels of sensitivity, encourage development and, most of all, help make the child’s experience of the world more fun and satisfying. In the vast majority of cases, being sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues and interacting and playing in a way that fits baby’s tendencies will encourage baby’s positive experience of the world and help him or her find the way to self-modulate their experience adequately. 
    If you feel that your baby is having a hard time processing the stimulations he or she is receiving from the environment, you could always consult a professional who will be able to evaluate the situation. A professional has the tools to check whether baby’s excessive crying or tendency to arch their back when held, for instance, is just a phase or something that demands a little extra attention. Minor problems with sensory regulation are quite common and professional guidance can be a great help in such situations. Some good advice could help you and your baby find the way to really enjoy your time together, playing and interacting in a way that supports the development of sensory regulation.  In the preparation of this article, Tiny Love has enjoyed the consultation and guidance of Dr. Dana Weiss-Arhad, a developmental psychologist. Dr. Weiss-Arhad works as a developmental advisor at the Dana Children’s Hospital, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, where she evaluates difficulties in parent-child relationships and treats various symptoms in babies: sleep disorders, eating disorders, behavioral problems (constant crying, restlessness, aggression, etc). She has also worked at the Child Development Center, Meir Medical Center.  
    References1. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Supporting Children to Participate Successfully in Everyday Life by Using Sensory Processing Knowledge, Infants & Young Children, April/June 2007, Vol. 20, p 84-101.2. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, The Sensation of Everyday Life: Empirical, Theoretical and Pragmatic Considerations, The Amercian Journal of Occupational Therapy, November/December 2011, Vol. 553. http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/SPD-symptom-checklist-for-infants-and-toddlers.html

  • What is Sensory Regulation?
    Every Person has a Distinctive Sensory MakeupSensory regulation, or sensory integration or modulation, are all terms that refer to a person’s ability to regulate and process the stimuli they constantly receive from the environment and their own body. It may seem complicated but, in fact, it just means that your brain processes sensory data – e.g. sights and sounds or positions and temperature – to make sense of sensations and form a unique experience of the world. Children and adults naturally learn to work with their inborn tendencies, adopting habits and behaviors that regulate the input they receive to help create a satisfying day-to-day experience.
    Every person has his or her distinctive makeup and level of sensitivity to stimulation, i.e. their own experience of the world and of everything that goes on in it. Some people are very sensitive to sounds, smells, tastes, sights or touch, while others are less sensitive, letting some things just pass them by. For instance, some babies need a lot of stimulation to draw their attention while others can't handle too much stimulation. This means that some babies will be enchanted by a toy the plays lively music and has bright lights while other babies might find the toy a bit over the top and cry or avoid it. Parents should work with their baby’s natural tendency and regulate the level of stimulation they offer accordingly. 
    Learning How to Filter StimuliThe process of sensory regulation is a central part of baby’s growth and development in the first few months of life and is one of the central developmental challenges a baby faces. Babies are born with an immature ability to regulate the input they receive and gradually learn how to handle all the stimulation around them, acquiring a better ability to filter the stimulation rather than being overwhelmed by it.  A good example of this is the fact that many newborns cry when they are undressed or bathed, but after a month or two they relax and start enjoying the experience. Interactions with the world, such as being held by other people, touching different materials or toys, moving in and out of postures on the floor, tasting different flavors, and hearing different voices and sounds all aid in the development of the sensory systems.
    Parents play a central role in helping their babies learn to modulate the input they receive and reach the right level of stimulation for their unique personality. Some parents are unaware of just how important it is to “mind your baby’s mind”. Being aware of baby’s mental and cognitive capacities and learning how intensely he or she experiences the world should affect the way parents interact with their babies. For instance, if your child is sensitive to sounds and can’t avoid turning his head towards every voice he hears, it would be a good idea to play in a quiet environment and avoid disruptions during playtime. This will help baby regulate the noises around him and focus. This sort of adaptation to baby will ensure that the experience parents offer is as positive and constructive as possible.
    Baby’s Response to Sensory Stimulation
    0-3 Months:In the first three months, baby’s sensory system is ready to operate but still very immature. This is apparent in babies’ ever-changing sleeping and eating routine during these months. It can be very hard to understand what your baby really needs at this stage, but it is important to be sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues. Among other things, this will help baby establish self-regulation.  3-6 Months:Baby begins to show the first signs of self-regulation after she becomes more acquainted with her surroundings. She can turn her head away if a certain kind of stimulation is too much; offer a wider array of cues to signal what she wants; and more. For instance, if baby signals she has had enough to eat you should listen to her and not try to get her to eat more. Relying on baby’s cue in this way helps her develop a sense of satiety and further develops self-regulation.
    6+ Months:Baby’s unique sensory experience of the world becomes apparent. Now parents can better understand their baby and see whether he tends to seek stimulation or avoid it; whether he is sensitive to sounds, smells, sensations; etc. This familiarity with baby’s natural tendencies will help adjust the level of input while slowly increasing or reducing stimulation to allow more sensational stimulation or focus, depending on what baby needs.  
    The Role Parents Play: Working with Baby’s Innate Tendencies 
    Translating the World for Your Baby“Sensation is the common language by which we share the experience of being human; it provides a common ground for understanding.” (2)
    During the first year, babies reveal their own unique biological-neurological processing tendencies, unknowingly offering caregivers an excellent tool to help shape the kind of experiences they offer. Through interaction and play, you translate the world for your baby, helping baby realize his or her full potential while strengthening your bond and deepening your relationship. Your own act of mediation during this early period helps babies learn how to later mediate the world for themselves. 
    Being Sensitive to Boundaries while Stretching the LimitThe tricky thing is to juggle between shielding a child from unpleasant experiences and introducing unfamiliar experiences. In this sense, a parent needs to find a balance between tailoring experiences to fit baby’s natural tendencies and gently stretching the emotional and cognitive boundaries to allow their child a wider sensational scope and greater flexibility in responding to the environment. For example, if your baby cries when you turn his crib mobile on, try using the toy without music initially and gradually add the music, allowing baby to become familiar with the sound. 
    Know the Limits of your ControlIt is important to remember that a child’s own unique way of experiencing the world varies and is affected by an array of variables, such as the time of day, level of tiredness, even the time of year. In other words, always remember that your influence is significant but subject to baby’s changing mood and that flexibility is always helpful. For example, you might assume your child is less sensitive to stimulation in summertime, but discover that in the cold winter a new highly sensitive side appears, changing your little one’s experience of the world and the character of your interaction. For example, you may find that she resists wearing socks or dislikes the heavier more constraining fabrics of winter. 
    Playing: Sensory Modulation in ActionLearning your baby’s natural tendency can contribute to the bond you establish and help you understand your baby. Click the photos to view our product pages and enter our How to Use tab for some useful sensory regulation tips that could help you adapt your play with baby. Using these products in a way that corresponds to your baby’s natural tendency can help create a positive experience of the toy or product.    

    Understanding Your Baby’s TendencyParents understanding of baby’s unique sensory tendencies can help reduce the tensions associated with various levels of sensitivity, encourage development and, most of all, help make the child’s experience of the world more fun and satisfying. In the vast majority of cases, being sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues and interacting and playing in a way that fits baby’s tendencies will encourage baby’s positive experience of the world and help him or her find the way to self-modulate their experience adequately. 
    If you feel that your baby is having a hard time processing the stimulations he or she is receiving from the environment, you could always consult a professional who will be able to evaluate the situation. A professional has the tools to check whether baby’s excessive crying or tendency to arch their back when held, for instance, is just a phase or something that demands a little extra attention. Minor problems with sensory regulation are quite common and professional guidance can be a great help in such situations. Some good advice could help you and your baby find the way to really enjoy your time together, playing and interacting in a way that supports the development of sensory regulation.  In the preparation of this article, Tiny Love has enjoyed the consultation and guidance of Dr. Dana Weiss-Arhad, a developmental psychologist. Dr. Weiss-Arhad works as a developmental advisor at the Dana Children’s Hospital, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, where she evaluates difficulties in parent-child relationships and treats various symptoms in babies: sleep disorders, eating disorders, behavioral problems (constant crying, restlessness, aggression, etc). She has also worked at the Child Development Center, Meir Medical Center.  
    References1. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Supporting Children to Participate Successfully in Everyday Life by Using Sensory Processing Knowledge, Infants & Young Children, April/June 2007, Vol. 20, p 84-101.2. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, The Sensation of Everyday Life: Empirical, Theoretical and Pragmatic Considerations, The Amercian Journal of Occupational Therapy, November/December 2011, Vol. 553. http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/SPD-symptom-checklist-for-infants-and-toddlers.html

  • What is Sensory Regulation?
    Every Person has a Distinctive Sensory MakeupSensory regulation, or sensory integration or modulation, are all terms that refer to a person’s ability to regulate and process the stimuli they constantly receive from the environment and their own body. It may seem complicated but, in fact, it just means that your brain processes sensory data – e.g. sights and sounds or positions and temperature – to make sense of sensations and form a unique experience of the world. Children and adults naturally learn to work with their inborn tendencies, adopting habits and behaviors that regulate the input they receive to help create a satisfying day-to-day experience.
    Every person has his or her distinctive makeup and level of sensitivity to stimulation, i.e. their own experience of the world and of everything that goes on in it. Some people are very sensitive to sounds, smells, tastes, sights or touch, while others are less sensitive, letting some things just pass them by. For instance, some babies need a lot of stimulation to draw their attention while others can't handle too much stimulation. This means that some babies will be enchanted by a toy the plays lively music and has bright lights while other babies might find the toy a bit over the top and cry or avoid it. Parents should work with their baby’s natural tendency and regulate the level of stimulation they offer accordingly. 
    Learning How to Filter StimuliThe process of sensory regulation is a central part of baby’s growth and development in the first few months of life and is one of the central developmental challenges a baby faces. Babies are born with an immature ability to regulate the input they receive and gradually learn how to handle all the stimulation around them, acquiring a better ability to filter the stimulation rather than being overwhelmed by it.  A good example of this is the fact that many newborns cry when they are undressed or bathed, but after a month or two they relax and start enjoying the experience. Interactions with the world, such as being held by other people, touching different materials or toys, moving in and out of postures on the floor, tasting different flavors, and hearing different voices and sounds all aid in the development of the sensory systems.
    Parents play a central role in helping their babies learn to modulate the input they receive and reach the right level of stimulation for their unique personality. Some parents are unaware of just how important it is to “mind your baby’s mind”. Being aware of baby’s mental and cognitive capacities and learning how intensely he or she experiences the world should affect the way parents interact with their babies. For instance, if your child is sensitive to sounds and can’t avoid turning his head towards every voice he hears, it would be a good idea to play in a quiet environment and avoid disruptions during playtime. This will help baby regulate the noises around him and focus. This sort of adaptation to baby will ensure that the experience parents offer is as positive and constructive as possible.
    Baby’s Response to Sensory Stimulation
    0-3 Months:In the first three months, baby’s sensory system is ready to operate but still very immature. This is apparent in babies’ ever-changing sleeping and eating routine during these months. It can be very hard to understand what your baby really needs at this stage, but it is important to be sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues. Among other things, this will help baby establish self-regulation.  3-6 Months:Baby begins to show the first signs of self-regulation after she becomes more acquainted with her surroundings. She can turn her head away if a certain kind of stimulation is too much; offer a wider array of cues to signal what she wants; and more. For instance, if baby signals she has had enough to eat you should listen to her and not try to get her to eat more. Relying on baby’s cue in this way helps her develop a sense of satiety and further develops self-regulation.
    6+ Months:Baby’s unique sensory experience of the world becomes apparent. Now parents can better understand their baby and see whether he tends to seek stimulation or avoid it; whether he is sensitive to sounds, smells, sensations; etc. This familiarity with baby’s natural tendencies will help adjust the level of input while slowly increasing or reducing stimulation to allow more sensational stimulation or focus, depending on what baby needs.  
    The Role Parents Play: Working with Baby’s Innate Tendencies 
    Translating the World for Your Baby“Sensation is the common language by which we share the experience of being human; it provides a common ground for understanding.” (2)
    During the first year, babies reveal their own unique biological-neurological processing tendencies, unknowingly offering caregivers an excellent tool to help shape the kind of experiences they offer. Through interaction and play, you translate the world for your baby, helping baby realize his or her full potential while strengthening your bond and deepening your relationship. Your own act of mediation during this early period helps babies learn how to later mediate the world for themselves. 
    Being Sensitive to Boundaries while Stretching the LimitThe tricky thing is to juggle between shielding a child from unpleasant experiences and introducing unfamiliar experiences. In this sense, a parent needs to find a balance between tailoring experiences to fit baby’s natural tendencies and gently stretching the emotional and cognitive boundaries to allow their child a wider sensational scope and greater flexibility in responding to the environment. For example, if your baby cries when you turn his crib mobile on, try using the toy without music initially and gradually add the music, allowing baby to become familiar with the sound. 
    Know the Limits of your ControlIt is important to remember that a child’s own unique way of experiencing the world varies and is affected by an array of variables, such as the time of day, level of tiredness, even the time of year. In other words, always remember that your influence is significant but subject to baby’s changing mood and that flexibility is always helpful. For example, you might assume your child is less sensitive to stimulation in summertime, but discover that in the cold winter a new highly sensitive side appears, changing your little one’s experience of the world and the character of your interaction. For example, you may find that she resists wearing socks or dislikes the heavier more constraining fabrics of winter. 
    Playing: Sensory Modulation in ActionLearning your baby’s natural tendency can contribute to the bond you establish and help you understand your baby. Click the photos to view our product pages and enter our How to Use tab for some useful sensory regulation tips that could help you adapt your play with baby. Using these products in a way that corresponds to your baby’s natural tendency can help create a positive experience of the toy or product.    

    Understanding Your Baby’s TendencyParents understanding of baby’s unique sensory tendencies can help reduce the tensions associated with various levels of sensitivity, encourage development and, most of all, help make the child’s experience of the world more fun and satisfying. In the vast majority of cases, being sensitive and responsive to baby’s cues and interacting and playing in a way that fits baby’s tendencies will encourage baby’s positive experience of the world and help him or her find the way to self-modulate their experience adequately. 
    If you feel that your baby is having a hard time processing the stimulations he or she is receiving from the environment, you could always consult a professional who will be able to evaluate the situation. A professional has the tools to check whether baby’s excessive crying or tendency to arch their back when held, for instance, is just a phase or something that demands a little extra attention. Minor problems with sensory regulation are quite common and professional guidance can be a great help in such situations. Some good advice could help you and your baby find the way to really enjoy your time together, playing and interacting in a way that supports the development of sensory regulation.  In the preparation of this article, Tiny Love has enjoyed the consultation and guidance of Dr. Dana Weiss-Arhad, a developmental psychologist. Dr. Weiss-Arhad works as a developmental advisor at the Dana Children’s Hospital, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, where she evaluates difficulties in parent-child relationships and treats various symptoms in babies: sleep disorders, eating disorders, behavioral problems (constant crying, restlessness, aggression, etc). She has also worked at the Child Development Center, Meir Medical Center.  
    References1. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Supporting Children to Participate Successfully in Everyday Life by Using Sensory Processing Knowledge, Infants & Young Children, April/June 2007, Vol. 20, p 84-101.2. Dunn, Winnie PhD, OTR, FAOTA, The Sensation of Everyday Life: Empirical, Theoretical and Pragmatic Considerations, The Amercian Journal of Occupational Therapy, November/December 2011, Vol. 553. http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/SPD-symptom-checklist-for-infants-and-toddlers.html

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  • Les meilleurs jouets qui permettront à Bébé de réaliser ses premiers pas dans la vie

  • Rien n'est plus fascinant que d'observer votre enfant grandir et se développer à chaque instant. Nombre de ces moments resteront gravés à jamais dans votre mémoire. Du premier sourire aux premiers pas, ce sont tous des moments précieux et cruciaux pour le développement de Bébé. Ils arrivent bien sûr naturellement mais les meilleurs jouets sur le marché sont ceux qui peuvent contribuer à ces processus en y introduisant une dimension ludique. Penchons-nous tout d'abord sur les jouets qui peuvent contribuer au développement de l'intelligence émotionnelle de votre enfant. Vous connecter à lui de façon positive est un très bon moyen d'ériger cette IE. Il existe pour cela un outil parfait. 1. Livres - Faites-leur la lecture, ils se sentiront aimés et cela créera entre vous un rapport exceptionnel. En lisant, vous verrez qu'il commencera à imiter votre voix. C'est ce qui permettra d'arriver aux premiers mots. Il existe toute une gamme de jouets destinés à développer la fine motricité pour que ces petites mains puissent explorer le monde qui les entoure. 2. Cubes - La technologie a bien évolué depuis notre enfance mais il semble que certains de ces grands classiques sont toujours très actuels et présents. Les bébés adorent les cubes, notamment s'ils sont de couleurs vives et sont dotés de lettres ou d'images qu'ils peuvent toucher. 3. Anneaux à empiler - Là encore de grands classiques qui sont parfaits pour Bébé, surtout s'ils sont très colorés. Les meilleurs jouets pour le développement de la cognition sont ceux qui ont des formes, des couleurs et des chiffres. 4. Jouets qui parlent - Ici, l'électronique entre en jeu dans le développement de Bébé. Des jeux qui parlent lorsque Bébé touche une couleur, une forme ou un chiffre sont parfaits. Entendre le mot associé à l'élément qu'ils viennent de toucher stimulera leur cerveau. En ce qui concerne la grosse motricité, l'idée est de faire bouger Bébé et de l'aider à explorer son monde. 5. Centres d'éveil - Bébé adorera ces jeux. Vous verrez que rapidement ils tourneront et toucheront la partie qu'ils préfèrent. 6. Balles - Rien de plus classique, parfait pour les faire bouger. Et si en plus elles s'illuminent ou émettent un son, c'est encore mieux. Si les jouets axés sur la communication sont si importants, c'est parce que nous, parents, sommes impatients d'entendre leur premier mot. 7. Livres parlants - Nous avons mentionné l'importance de la lecture. Avec un livre qui parle, Bébé portera aussi son attention sur les mots imprimés. La grande majorité des jouets sont conçus pour contribuer au développement de Bébé. Il est possible de commencer dès les premières semaines. 8. Mobile - Suspendu au-dessus de Bébé dans le lit, il attirera sans aucun doute son attention. Les images et les sont les pousseront à vouloir le toucher. Nous voulons tous des enfants intelligents et la meilleure façon de le faire est de leur permettre de donner libre cours à leur imagination et d'être créatifs. 9. Peinture à doigts - En grandissant, votre enfant s'exprimera avec son corps. Donnez-lui du papier et de la peinture aux couleurs vives. Rien ne pourra plus lui faire plaisir. Il faudra sûrement nettoyer! Mais la créativité n'a pas de prix. 10. Déguisements - ces vêtements aux couleurs et textures différentes, couplés à des histoires sont parfaits pour enflammer leur imagination.

  • Los 10 mejores juguetes que conducen a primicias emocionantes para el bebé

  • No hay nada que impresione más que ver a su bebé crecer y desarrollarse en cada momento. Esto se le quedará grabado en la mente. Desde la primera sonrisa, pasando por todo el camino hasta que da el primer paso, todos estos momentos son preciosos en sí mismos y totalmente esenciales para el desarrollo del bebé. Por supuesto, todos esos momentos suceden de forma natural, pero los mejores juguetes para bebés que se encuentran en el mercado son los que pueden ayudar a que el proceso avance con rapidez, al tiempo que permiten que se diviertan a lo largo del camino. Empecemos por los juguetes que estimulan el desarrollo de la inteligencia emocional de su pequeño. Conectar con su bebé de manera positiva es una forma perfecta de desarrollar la EQ, y aunque no tiene que ser necesariamente con un juguete, éste es una herramienta perfecta para dicha tarea. 1. Los libros: leer para su bebé creará un vínculo que le ayudará a sentirse querido y apreciado, y reforzará ese vínculo esencial entre ustedes dos. Cuando usted lea, verá que empezará a imitar su voz, lo que le llevará con el tiempo a decir sus primeras palabras. Existe todo tipo de juguetes para bebés que fomentan el desarrollo de las habilidades motoras finas, de modo que esas pequeñas manos puedan ayudar al bebé a explorar su entorno. 2. Bloques: gracias a la tecnología, los juguetes para bebés han cambiado mucho desde que nosotros éramos niños, pero parece ser que los viejos juguetes tradicionales son los más eficaces. A los bebés les encantan los bloques, sobre todo si son de colores brillantes y tienen letras en relieve o imágenes que puedan palpar cuando los agarran. 3. Anillos apilables: los mejores juguetes para el bebé son simples pero efectivos, y los anillos apilables son el mejor ejemplo. De nuevo, los anillos de colores brillantes son sus preferidos. Los mejores juguetes para el desarrollo de la cognición son los que tienen números, formas y colores. 4. Juguetes que hablan: aquí es donde la electrónica pueden desempeñar un papel positivo en el desarrollo del bebé, con un juguete que habla cuando el bebé golpea un color, una forma o un número. Escuchar la palabra asociada a lo que toca estimulará su cerebro de verdad. Cuando se trata de las habilidades motoras gruesas, la idea es conseguir que el bebé se mueva y explore lo que realmente puede hacer. 5. Centros de actividades: a su bebé le encantará que le coloquen en el centro de uno de estos juguetes, y usted verá cómo empieza rápidamente a girar y girar para llegar a su lado favorito. 6. Las pelotas: no hay cosa más simple que una pelota, pero el bebé empezará a gatear detrás de ella para jugar un poco más, sobre todo si la pelota se ilumina o emite sonidos cuando rueda. Nosotros, los padres, nos morimos de ganas por escuchar las primeras palabras de nuestros bebés, lo que convierte a los juguetes para el desarrollo del lenguaje y comunicación en herramientas muy importantes. 7. Audiolibros: ya hemos mencionado anteriormente la importancia de leerle algo a su bebé, pero si además le puede ofrecer un libro que habla, entonces el bebé se va a concentrar tanto en sus palabras como en las de la página. Casi todos los juguetes para bebés están diseñados para estimular el desarrollo de los sentidos. Usted puede comenzar a utilizarlos incluso en las primeras semanas de vida de su bebé. 8. Móvil para cunas: un móvil que cuelga sobre la cuna llamará mucho la atención de su bebé. La combinación de imágenes y sonidos hará que el bebé quiera alcanzarlo y trate de tocarlo. Todos queremos que nuestros hijos crezcan y sean inteligentes y la mejor manera de conseguirlo es permitirles que desarrollen su imaginación y sean creativos. 9. Pinturas: cuando su bebé sea un poco más mayor, comenzará a expresarse con el cuerpo. Coloque pinturas de colores brillantes y papel donde él esté y verá cómo se entrega a la tarea con verdadero entusiasmo. Ensuciará todo, pero es divertido, además de que representa su primer intento de ser creativo. 10. Los disfraces: de nuevo algo para los niños más mayores, pero incluso a los bebés les encantan las diferentes texturas de la tela, y si el disfraz viene acompañado de un buen cuento, su imaginación echará a volar.

  • 10 лучших стимулирующих игрушек для детей

  • Нет ничего более увлекательного, чем наблюдать за тем, как ваш ребенок растет и развивается. Это запомнится вам на всю жизнь. С первой улыбки до первого шага - все это ценные моменты, которые являются важными вехами в развитии ребенка. Все это, конечно, произойдет естественным путем, однако хорошие игрушки могут ускорить процесс, одновременно радуя ребенка и доставляя ему удовольствие. Давайте начнем с обзора игрушек, которые помогут развить эмоциональный интеллект вашего малыша. Положительное общение с ребенком является отличным способом развития эмоционального интеллекта, и для этого есть прекрасный метод. 1. Книги. Читая ребенку книгу, вы устанавливаете связь, которая поможет почувствовать себя нужным и любимым. Вы увидите, что когда вы читаете, ребенок пытается имитировать ваш голос. Результатом этого станут первые слова. Для малышей существуют всякие игрушки, которые помогают развивать мелкую моторику, позволяя этим крошечным ручкам исследовать мир вокруг них. 2. Кубики. Технология значительно продвинула индустрию детских игрушек вперед с тех пор, как мы были детьми, но, похоже, что традиционные старые игрушки и поныне являются наиболее эффективными. Дети любят кубики, особенно яркие и с выпуклыми буквами или изображениями. 3. Пирамидка с кольцами. Пирамидка с кольцами, желательно ярких цветов, идеально подходит для развивающей игры. Наилучшие детские игрушки для когнитивного развития - это игрушки с цифрами, различных форм и различных цветов. 4. Разговаривающие игрушки. Электроника может сыграть положительную роль в развитии ребенка с игрушкой, которая будет называть цвет, форму, или цифру, когда ребенок нажимает на соответственную кнопку. Так в мозгу ребенка формируются связи и он развивается. Когда речь идет о крупной моторике, необходимо позволять ребенку двигаться и исследовать свои возможности. 5. Развивающие коврики. Вы увидите, что когда ребенок лежит на таком коврике, он начинает переворачиваться, чтобы добраться к любимой части. 6. Мячи. Нет более простой игрушки, чем мяч. Однако ребенок будет с удовольствием ползать за ним, желая поиграть еще, особенно если мяч мигает или издает звуки, когда он катится. Родители с нетерпением ждут первого слова ребенка. Поэтому игрушки, развивающие речь и коммуникацию, имеют большое значение. 7. Разговаривающие книги. Мы уже упоминали ранее о важности чтения вашему ребенку, но с помощью разговаривающей книги ребенок сможет сосредоточиться как на ваших словах, так и на словах на странице. Почти все игрушки для малышей разработаны таким образом, что они способствуют развитию чувств уже с первых недель жизни ребенка. 8. Мобиль. Подвешивается на кроваткой ребенка и привлекает его внимание. Сочетание двигающихся игрушек и звука вызывает у ребенка любопытство и желание дотянуться до них. Мы все хотим, чтобы наши дети росли и были умными, и лучший способ сделать это - позволить им использовать воображение и творческие способности. 9. Пальчиковые краски. Когда ваш ребенок становится немного старше, он начинает самовыражаться с помощью своего тела. Положите перед ребенком яркую краску и бумагу и увидите, что он будет делать с ними. Это грязно, но весело. Ребенок делает первые шаги в творчестве. 10. Маскарад. Обычно подходит для более взрослых детей, но даже младенцам нравится трогать ткани различных текстур. Сочетайте костюмы с чтением сказки для стимуляции воображения вашего ребенка.

  • Os 10 Melhores Brinquedos para os Bebês

  • Não há nada mais surpreendentemente prazeroso do que ver seu bebê crescendo e se desenvolvendo a cada precioso momento. Do primeiro sorriso ao vital primeiro passo, todos os momentos são importantes para você e para o desenvolvimento do bebê. Ainda que se trate obviamente de momentos espontâneos, os melhores brinquedos do mercado são aqueles que ajudam a tornar tais processos mais rápidos, efetivos e divertidos. Vamos começar por brinquedos que permitem o desenvolvimento da Inteligência Emocional do bebê. O que mais importa, aqui, é desenvolver uma conexão íntima com seu bebê, e há algo perfeito para isso, o número um de nossa lista. 1 - Livros - A leitura leva à formação de laços bem estabelcidos e ao aprendizado linguístico, através da audição e da posterior imitação da voz. 2 - Blocos - A tecnologia modificou muito os brinquedos ao longo da história, mas parece que os brinquedos tradicionais ainda são os que funcionam melhor, como os blocos, que as crianças continuam a adorar. 3 - Anéis de empilhar - Um brinquedo simples que, se feito de cores vibrantes, tende a agradar a maioria das crianças. 4 - Brinquedos falantes - Aqui, a tecnologia mostra que pode, sim, trazer muitos benefícios. Quando uma criança aperta um botão e ouve um som correspondente, tal relação realmente estimula seu cérebro. 5 - Centros de atividades - É muito gostoso, para a criança, sentir-se no meio de um monte de atividades. Perceba como sua criança logo irá achar um lugar preferido. 6 - Bolas - Talvez o mais simples dos brinquedos, mas muito importante por rolar e fazer com que os bebês engatinhem ou andem atrás dela, principalmente se acender ou fizer sons. 7 - Livros falantes - Já deixamos clara a importância dos livros e, quando eles falam, seu bebê pode se concentrar em duas fontes simultâneas de estímulos auditivos e linguísticos. 8 - Móbiles para berço - É importante pendurar um móbile acima do bercinho da sua criança, ainda mais quando o móbile trouxer luzes e sons capazes de chamar a atenção e atrair os primeiros movimentos manuais. 9 - Tinta para os dedos - Um pouco de bagunça não faz mal, se for para estimular os primeiros passos de sua criança pequena rumo à criatividade. 10 - Vestir-se - Mesmo que funcione um pouco melhor com crianças maiores, também os bebês podem adorar sentir o toque de novos tecidos, principalmente se precedidos por estórias imaginativas.

  • Les meilleurs jouets qui permettront à Bébé de réaliser ses premiers pas dans la vie

  • Rien n'est plus fascinant que d'observer votre enfant grandir et se développer à chaque instant. Nombre de ces moments resteront gravés à jamais dans votre mémoire. Du premier sourire aux premiers pas, ce sont tous des moments précieux et cruciaux pour le développement de Bébé. Ils arrivent bien sûr naturellement mais les meilleurs jouets sur le marché sont ceux qui peuvent contribuer à ces processus en y introduisant une dimension ludique. Penchons-nous tout d'abord sur les jouets qui peuvent contribuer au développement de l'intelligence émotionnelle de votre enfant. Vous connecter à lui de façon positive est un très bon moyen d'ériger cette IE. Il existe pour cela un outil parfait. 1. Livres - Faites-leur la lecture, ils se sentiront aimés et cela créera entre vous un rapport exceptionnel. En lisant, vous verrez qu'il commencera à imiter votre voix. C'est ce qui permettra d'arriver aux premiers mots. Il existe toute une gamme de jouets destinés à développer la fine motricité pour que ces petites mains puissent explorer le monde qui les entoure. 2. Cubes - La technologie a bien évolué depuis notre enfance mais il semble que certains de ces grands classiques sont toujours très actuels et présents. Les bébés adorent les cubes, notamment s'ils sont de couleurs vives et sont dotés de lettres ou d'images qu'ils peuvent toucher. 3. Anneaux à empiler - Là encore de grands classiques qui sont parfaits pour Bébé, surtout s'ils sont très colorés. Les meilleurs jouets pour le développement de la cognition sont ceux qui ont des formes, des couleurs et des chiffres. 4. Jouets qui parlent - Ici, l'électronique entre en jeu dans le développement de Bébé. Des jeux qui parlent lorsque Bébé touche une couleur, une forme ou un chiffre sont parfaits. Entendre le mot associé à l'élément qu'ils viennent de toucher stimulera leur cerveau. En ce qui concerne la grosse motricité, l'idée est de faire bouger Bébé et de l'aider à explorer son monde. 5. Centres d'éveil - Bébé adorera ces jeux. Vous verrez que rapidement ils tourneront et toucheront la partie qu'ils préfèrent. 6. Balles - Rien de plus classique, parfait pour les faire bouger. Et si en plus elles s'illuminent ou émettent un son, c'est encore mieux. Si les jouets axés sur la communication sont si importants, c'est parce que nous, parents, sommes impatients d'entendre leur premier mot. 7. Livres parlants - Nous avons mentionné l'importance de la lecture. Avec un livre qui parle, Bébé portera aussi son attention sur les mots imprimés. La grande majorité des jouets sont conçus pour contribuer au développement de Bébé. Il est possible de commencer dès les premières semaines. 8. Mobile - Suspendu au-dessus de Bébé dans le lit, il attirera sans aucun doute son attention. Les images et les sont les pousseront à vouloir le toucher. Nous voulons tous des enfants intelligents et la meilleure façon de le faire est de leur permettre de donner libre cours à leur imagination et d'être créatifs. 9. Peinture à doigts - En grandissant, votre enfant s'exprimera avec son corps. Donnez-lui du papier et de la peinture aux couleurs vives. Rien ne pourra plus lui faire plaisir. Il faudra sûrement nettoyer! Mais la créativité n'a pas de prix. 10. Déguisements - ces vêtements aux couleurs et textures différentes, couplés à des histoires sont parfaits pour enflammer leur imagination.

  • Los 10 mejores juguetes que conducen a primicias emocionantes para el bebé

  • No hay nada que impresione más que ver a su bebé crecer y desarrollarse en cada momento. Esto se le quedará grabado en la mente. Desde la primera sonrisa, pasando por todo el camino hasta que da el primer paso, todos estos momentos son preciosos en sí mismos y totalmente esenciales para el desarrollo del bebé. Por supuesto, todos esos momentos suceden de forma natural, pero los mejores juguetes para bebés que se encuentran en el mercado son los que pueden ayudar a que el proceso avance con rapidez, al tiempo que permiten que se diviertan a lo largo del camino. Empecemos por los juguetes que estimulan el desarrollo de la inteligencia emocional de su pequeño. Conectar con su bebé de manera positiva es una forma perfecta de desarrollar la EQ, y aunque no tiene que ser necesariamente con un juguete, éste es una herramienta perfecta para dicha tarea. 1. Los libros: leer para su bebé creará un vínculo que le ayudará a sentirse querido y apreciado, y reforzará ese vínculo esencial entre ustedes dos. Cuando usted lea, verá que empezará a imitar su voz, lo que le llevará con el tiempo a decir sus primeras palabras. Existe todo tipo de juguetes para bebés que fomentan el desarrollo de las habilidades motoras finas, de modo que esas pequeñas manos puedan ayudar al bebé a explorar su entorno. 2. Bloques: gracias a la tecnología, los juguetes para bebés han cambiado mucho desde que nosotros éramos niños, pero parece ser que los viejos juguetes tradicionales son los más eficaces. A los bebés les encantan los bloques, sobre todo si son de colores brillantes y tienen letras en relieve o imágenes que puedan palpar cuando los agarran. 3. Anillos apilables: los mejores juguetes para el bebé son simples pero efectivos, y los anillos apilables son el mejor ejemplo. De nuevo, los anillos de colores brillantes son sus preferidos. Los mejores juguetes para el desarrollo de la cognición son los que tienen números, formas y colores. 4. Juguetes que hablan: aquí es donde la electrónica pueden desempeñar un papel positivo en el desarrollo del bebé, con un juguete que habla cuando el bebé golpea un color, una forma o un número. Escuchar la palabra asociada a lo que toca estimulará su cerebro de verdad. Cuando se trata de las habilidades motoras gruesas, la idea es conseguir que el bebé se mueva y explore lo que realmente puede hacer. 5. Centros de actividades: a su bebé le encantará que le coloquen en el centro de uno de estos juguetes, y usted verá cómo empieza rápidamente a girar y girar para llegar a su lado favorito. 6. Las pelotas: no hay cosa más simple que una pelota, pero el bebé empezará a gatear detrás de ella para jugar un poco más, sobre todo si la pelota se ilumina o emite sonidos cuando rueda. Nosotros, los padres, nos morimos de ganas por escuchar las primeras palabras de nuestros bebés, lo que convierte a los juguetes para el desarrollo del lenguaje y comunicación en herramientas muy importantes. 7. Audiolibros: ya hemos mencionado anteriormente la importancia de leerle algo a su bebé, pero si además le puede ofrecer un libro que habla, entonces el bebé se va a concentrar tanto en sus palabras como en las de la página. Casi todos los juguetes para bebés están diseñados para estimular el desarrollo de los sentidos. Usted puede comenzar a utilizarlos incluso en las primeras semanas de vida de su bebé. 8. Móvil para cunas: un móvil que cuelga sobre la cuna llamará mucho la atención de su bebé. La combinación de imágenes y sonidos hará que el bebé quiera alcanzarlo y trate de tocarlo. Todos queremos que nuestros hijos crezcan y sean inteligentes y la mejor manera de conseguirlo es permitirles que desarrollen su imaginación y sean creativos. 9. Pinturas: cuando su bebé sea un poco más mayor, comenzará a expresarse con el cuerpo. Coloque pinturas de colores brillantes y papel donde él esté y verá cómo se entrega a la tarea con verdadero entusiasmo. Ensuciará todo, pero es divertido, además de que representa su primer intento de ser creativo. 10. Los disfraces: de nuevo algo para los niños más mayores, pero incluso a los bebés les encantan las diferentes texturas de la tela, y si el disfraz viene acompañado de un buen cuento, su imaginación echará a volar.

  • 10 лучших стимулирующих игрушек для детей

  • Нет ничего более увлекательного, чем наблюдать за тем, как ваш ребенок растет и развивается. Это запомнится вам на всю жизнь. С первой улыбки до первого шага - все это ценные моменты, которые являются важными вехами в развитии ребенка. Все это, конечно, произойдет естественным путем, однако хорошие игрушки могут ускорить процесс, одновременно радуя ребенка и доставляя ему удовольствие. Давайте начнем с обзора игрушек, которые помогут развить эмоциональный интеллект вашего малыша. Положительное общение с ребенком является отличным способом развития эмоционального интеллекта, и для этого есть прекрасный метод. 1. Книги. Читая ребенку книгу, вы устанавливаете связь, которая поможет почувствовать себя нужным и любимым. Вы увидите, что когда вы читаете, ребенок пытается имитировать ваш голос. Результатом этого станут первые слова. Для малышей существуют всякие игрушки, которые помогают развивать мелкую моторику, позволяя этим крошечным ручкам исследовать мир вокруг них. 2. Кубики. Технология значительно продвинула индустрию детских игрушек вперед с тех пор, как мы были детьми, но, похоже, что традиционные старые игрушки и поныне являются наиболее эффективными. Дети любят кубики, особенно яркие и с выпуклыми буквами или изображениями. 3. Пирамидка с кольцами. Пирамидка с кольцами, желательно ярких цветов, идеально подходит для развивающей игры. Наилучшие детские игрушки для когнитивного развития - это игрушки с цифрами, различных форм и различных цветов. 4. Разговаривающие игрушки. Электроника может сыграть положительную роль в развитии ребенка с игрушкой, которая будет называть цвет, форму, или цифру, когда ребенок нажимает на соответственную кнопку. Так в мозгу ребенка формируются связи и он развивается. Когда речь идет о крупной моторике, необходимо позволять ребенку двигаться и исследовать свои возможности. 5. Развивающие коврики. Вы увидите, что когда ребенок лежит на таком коврике, он начинает переворачиваться, чтобы добраться к любимой части. 6. Мячи. Нет более простой игрушки, чем мяч. Однако ребенок будет с удовольствием ползать за ним, желая поиграть еще, особенно если мяч мигает или издает звуки, когда он катится. Родители с нетерпением ждут первого слова ребенка. Поэтому игрушки, развивающие речь и коммуникацию, имеют большое значение. 7. Разговаривающие книги. Мы уже упоминали ранее о важности чтения вашему ребенку, но с помощью разговаривающей книги ребенок сможет сосредоточиться как на ваших словах, так и на словах на странице. Почти все игрушки для малышей разработаны таким образом, что они способствуют развитию чувств уже с первых недель жизни ребенка. 8. Мобиль. Подвешивается на кроваткой ребенка и привлекает его внимание. Сочетание двигающихся игрушек и звука вызывает у ребенка любопытство и желание дотянуться до них. Мы все хотим, чтобы наши дети росли и были умными, и лучший способ сделать это - позволить им использовать воображение и творческие способности. 9. Пальчиковые краски. Когда ваш ребенок становится немного старше, он начинает самовыражаться с помощью своего тела. Положите перед ребенком яркую краску и бумагу и увидите, что он будет делать с ними. Это грязно, но весело. Ребенок делает первые шаги в творчестве. 10. Маскарад. Обычно подходит для более взрослых детей, но даже младенцам нравится трогать ткани различных текстур. Сочетайте костюмы с чтением сказки для стимуляции воображения вашего ребенка.

  • Os 10 Melhores Brinquedos para os Bebês

  • Não há nada mais surpreendentemente prazeroso do que ver seu bebê crescendo e se desenvolvendo a cada precioso momento. Do primeiro sorriso ao vital primeiro passo, todos os momentos são importantes para você e para o desenvolvimento do bebê. Ainda que se trate obviamente de momentos espontâneos, os melhores brinquedos do mercado são aqueles que ajudam a tornar tais processos mais rápidos, efetivos e divertidos. Vamos começar por brinquedos que permitem o desenvolvimento da Inteligência Emocional do bebê. O que mais importa, aqui, é desenvolver uma conexão íntima com seu bebê, e há algo perfeito para isso, o número um de nossa lista. 1 - Livros - A leitura leva à formação de laços bem estabelcidos e ao aprendizado linguístico, através da audição e da posterior imitação da voz. 2 - Blocos - A tecnologia modificou muito os brinquedos ao longo da história, mas parece que os brinquedos tradicionais ainda são os que funcionam melhor, como os blocos, que as crianças continuam a adorar. 3 - Anéis de empilhar - Um brinquedo simples que, se feito de cores vibrantes, tende a agradar a maioria das crianças. 4 - Brinquedos falantes - Aqui, a tecnologia mostra que pode, sim, trazer muitos benefícios. Quando uma criança aperta um botão e ouve um som correspondente, tal relação realmente estimula seu cérebro. 5 - Centros de atividades - É muito gostoso, para a criança, sentir-se no meio de um monte de atividades. Perceba como sua criança logo irá achar um lugar preferido. 6 - Bolas - Talvez o mais simples dos brinquedos, mas muito importante por rolar e fazer com que os bebês engatinhem ou andem atrás dela, principalmente se acender ou fizer sons. 7 - Livros falantes - Já deixamos clara a importância dos livros e, quando eles falam, seu bebê pode se concentrar em duas fontes simultâneas de estímulos auditivos e linguísticos. 8 - Móbiles para berço - É importante pendurar um móbile acima do bercinho da sua criança, ainda mais quando o móbile trouxer luzes e sons capazes de chamar a atenção e atrair os primeiros movimentos manuais. 9 - Tinta para os dedos - Um pouco de bagunça não faz mal, se for para estimular os primeiros passos de sua criança pequena rumo à criatividade. 10 - Vestir-se - Mesmo que funcione um pouco melhor com crianças maiores, também os bebês podem adorar sentir o toque de novos tecidos, principalmente se precedidos por estórias imaginativas.