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49 Baby Shower Games Your Guests Will Actually Want To Play, Plus Virt

Being pregnant is no easy task — but it isn’t always hard work either! Sometimes you get to have fun too, like when you go on a babymoon or have your baby shower.

In this post, the baby experts at Mustela will help you prepare for your special party by sharing 49 ideas for fun baby shower games, including some virtual ones to keep you, your family, and your growing bundle of joy safe for the celebration!

To help you find the perfect game, we’ve split up all of the ideas into the following categories:

  • Guessing Baby Shower Games
  • Funny Baby Shower Games
  • Active Baby Shower Games
  • Games To Play Throughout The Party
  • Hands-On Baby Shower Games
  • Virtual Baby Shower Games
  • Meaningful Baby Shower Games

Let’s dive in!

Fun Baby Shower Games

Guessing Baby Shower Games

1) Who’s That Baby?

This baby shower game is an excellent icebreaker, which is super helpful if your baby shower will have guests who haven’t met before.

Ask every attendee to bring a baby photo of themselves to the baby shower. Then, place the photos on a table or tape them to a wall. Have everyone try to match the baby photos with the correct guest.

2) What’s Her Age Again?

Collect about 10 photos of the expecting mom prior to the baby shower. Post them all for everyone to see, with a number next to each photo. Guests must try to guess the mom’s age in each of the old photographs.

3) The Mama Or The Papa?

While you’re going through old family photo albums, grab about a half-dozen photos of family members of both the expecting parents.

Put all of the photos on a table or a bulletin board, and have everyone guess whether the person in each photo is a relative of the mom-to-be or the dad-to-be.

4) Baby Trivia

This game is endlessly customizable! There are so many different things you could make the subject of this trivia.

If your baby shower guests know each other pretty well, a great option is to make the trivia subject them! Before the shower, they can submit a fact about something related to them and babies.

This could be anything, really: a funny encounter they had with a baby once, something entertaining they did when they were a baby that their parents still tell stories about, or, if your childhood friend is attending, something they did with you when you were both very young.

Ask your guests to submit their facts a few days before the shower so you have enough time to make a simple trivia deck on Powerpoint. All you need to do is write the fact and four or five multiple-choice options with some of your guests’ names.

Your other guests will need to choose one of the multiple-choice options — whoever they think the fact is about!

Save all the correct answers for the end. This way your guests don’t use the process of elimination. At the very end of trivia, you can go back through the trivia deck and reveal the right answers.

Plus, this gives your guests a chance to explain the funny stories behind their baby facts. Whoever earns the most points wins!

This game is a lot of fun in-person but is just as easy to play virtually!

5) Price Is Right

Bring a series of gifts for the mom-to-be, and have guests try to guess the value without going over. But winners only get bragging rights! The gifts, of course, are for the woman who’s expecting.

Since the expecting mom keeps the gifts, choose items she can start using right away, such as Multi-purpose Balm with 3 Avocado Extracts or Stretch Marks Oil to nourish and protect her skin, along with other products to pamper herself at home.

Click here to read more about stretch marks.


6) Animal Babies

Make a list of animals and the names of their young. For example, a tadpole that hasn’t yet grown legs is called a polliwog, and a young pig is called a shoat. Have your guests work in teams to guess the names of 10 or 15 different animal babies.

7) Most Popular Baby Names

Each year, a list of the most popular baby names is released. Choose a few different years (go way back to the 70s or 80s if you want!) and see if your attendees can guess the top 10 most popular baby names for each year.

8) Celebrity Babies

Print out photos of the babies of celebrities and see who can guess the parents correctly.

To make this game easier, print photos of the celebrity parents, too, and ask guests to match the parents with their baby. For a harder version, print a long list of possible celebrities for guests to choose from.

9) Before They Were Famous

Find photos of celebrities from their childhood (they’re out there, trust us). Display the photos and have your baby shower guests try to figure out which stars are in them!

10) Guess The Baby Item


For this game, you’ll need to fill a bag — preferably a diaper bag — with useful baby items, such as diapers, wipes, a bib, pacifier, rattle, and Diaper Rash Sprayable Cream, all of which are inexpensive. Give each guest a pen and a piece of paper.

Pass the bag to each guest and have them feel around inside of it without looking. They will guess as many baby items as they can and write down their answers. Once everyone has their list of baby items, name all the items placed in the bag.

Whoever has the most correct answers wins. And of course, the mom-to-be gets the diaper bag filled with goodies!

Include high-quality and natural baby items she’ll love, like SPF 50 Mineral Sunscreen for babies, Multi-purpose Balm, and Diaper Cream with Olive Oil and Aloe Vera.

For expecting parents who want organic options, check out our Certified Organic line here.

11) Guess Mom-To-Be’s Measurements


While most women don’t like their measurements taken, especially in front of people, this is a little different. The guests will guess the measurement of mom’s belly circumference by using a piece of yarn.

Start by passing around a ball of yarn. Have each guest cut the yarn to the size they estimate will fit perfectly around the expecting mom’s belly. After each guest has a piece of yarn, they will take turns going up to mom and wrapping it around her.

Whoever is the closest wins. The mom-to-be can save the piece of yarn for a memory!

12) Word Scramble

Create a list of scrambled baby words, print one for each guest, and provide a pen. What do we mean by scrambled baby words? Check out these examples:

  • Lelsotrr (Stroller)
  • Bbi (Bib)
  • Piews (Wipes)

Set a timer or see who can unscramble all of the words first. For bigger parties or more interaction, put guests in pairs for this activity. Two heads are, of course, better than one!

Funny Baby Shower Games

13) Embarrassing Baby Stories

Here’s another great way to break the ice at the beginning of your baby shower. Each person must tell one funny or embarrassing childhood story. It’s a simple game but one that’s sure to get some laughs!

14) Baby Bottle Chugging Contest


Prepare one full baby bottle for each person at your baby shower. Fill the bottles with water, juice, milk, or iced tea. Set a timer and see how much of the liquid each person can drink in one minute.

15) Poop Inspector

Melt 10 different candy bars in small, microwave-safe bowls. Place them all out on a table and have guests guess what type of candy bar each bowl contains.

16) Baby Drawings

Pass around a sturdy paper plate and marker to each guest. Instruct them to draw a picture of a baby, and whoever has the best drawing wins. But there’s a catch: They have to draw a baby with the paper plate placed on top of their head. This one should get interesting!

17) Mommy And Daddy Questionnaire


This is such a fun game if you’ve chosen a co-ed baby shower! Ask the mom- and dad-to-be 10 to 20 questions, making sure the significant other is in another room when asking either one the questions. Some questions you could ask include:

  • Where were you when you found out you were expecting?
  • What was your reaction when you found out the exciting news?
  • What would you want your little one to be when they grow up?
  • What are you most excited about when it comes to welcoming your baby?

After the parents-to-be have both been questioned separately and the answers have been recorded, bring them together. Give both mom and dad a piece of paper or a board and marker to record their answers.

When you ask the questions, each parent has to answer in regard to what their partner is thinking. They will reveal their answers at the same time.

It’s a fun game to watch and learn about the parents-to-be, and we’re sure they’ll get a good laugh out of it!

18) Read The Emojis

Print a sheet for each guest with words or sentences (related to babies) represented in emojis. A quick online search will offer plenty of options if you don’t feel like coming up with the emoji combinations yourself.

The guests’ job is to figure out the word or phrase that’s written in emoji. They can jot their answers down on the sheet of paper, and the emoji-fluent guest with the most right answers wins.

Active Baby Shower Games

19) Baby Shower Charades

Turn this classic family game into a special baby shower game! All you need to do is choose baby-related words and phrases.

You can pick simple phrases like “dirty diaper” and “breastfeeding,” or you can make things more difficult by choosing baby idioms (e.g. “don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater,” “smooth as a baby’s bottom,” etc.).

20) Don’t Let Your Water (Balloon) Break!

Fill up a big bucket of water balloons. Create a starting line and a finish line. Place a bucket or large bowl for each person along the finish line.

Guests must hold the water balloons between their knees and waddle to the finish line, then drop the full water balloon into the bucket. If the water balloon bursts, they must go back to the starting line and begin again.

21) Big-Belly Twister

Have everyone place a blown-up balloon underneath their shirt on their tummy. Then, play a game of Twister! Anyone whose balloon pops is out.

22) Relay Race

Get some exercise by holding a relay race for you and your guests to compete in. Events might include changing a diaper, filling a baby bottle with formula, and pushing a stroller through an obstacle course.

23) Bob For Pacis

An active game that’s perfect for outdoor baby showers, bobbing for pacis is sure to be a hit. Just be sure that guests come prepared!

You’ll need a bowl for each participant that’s filled with water and a few pacifiers. On “go,” all the players try to remove the pacis from the bowl using only their mouths. Whoever gets all of them out first wins.

24) Pin The Paci

A baby-themed variant of pin the tail on the donkey, this game works with any crowd. Enlarge an image of a baby’s face and print it out along with several photos (one for each guest) of pacifiers sized to fit the baby face.

With the face taped on the wall, give each guest a paper pacifier with double-stick tape on the back. One at a time, each guest will be blindfolded and have a go at pinning the paci on the baby as close to the mouth as possible!

25) Balloon Bellies

Split guests into teams of two or more people and provide each participant with a balloon. Each person on the team must blow up their own balloon, put it under their shirt, and then pop their balloon by bumping bellies with their teammates.

With the right crowd, this is a hilarious baby shower game that gets guests up and moving.

Games To Play Throughout The Party

26) You Can’t Say That!

At the beginning of your baby shower, choose a word that everyone will be forbidden from saying. The word “baby” is a good (but very difficult) option, but feel free to choose any baby-related word.

Anyone who gets caught using the forbidden word is out. The last person to use the word (or not!) is the winner.

This game is simple but effective, and it can be done at in-person showers or virtually!

27) The Baby Bucket List

Either before or during your baby shower, decorate a small bucket or box. Ask each guest to write down something that they hope will happen to/for the soon-to-arrive baby in their lifetime.

28) Baby Pool

Have each person try to guess the exact date and time of birth of the baby that’s on the way.

You can provide small slips of paper for every guest to write their name and prediction on. Or, you might want to make it more visual by providing a calendar of the month of the little one’s due date and having guests write their names on the day of their prediction.

If you want to make things interesting, let each person throw one dollar into an envelope along with their prediction. Whoever is closest to the real date and time of birth wins the cash!

29) A Message On A Diaper

Provide a big box of diapers and several permanent markers. Have guests decorate the backs of the diapers with funny or inspirational messages. But don’t let the mom-to-be see them yet! Put them in a bag for her to be surprised after the baby arrives.

30) Baby Shower Photos


Don’t forget to take lots of pictures! You can use a camera or your phone, but it might be more fun to buy plenty of disposable cameras for guests to use. That way, the photos will remain a mystery until the film is developed!

31) Ice Baby Breaker

This is literally an ice-breaker game! The night before the shower, put tiny plastic babies into an ice cube tray and fill with water. You may need to fill more than one ice tray. When the guests arrive, have them pick one piece of ice and place it in their drink.

The objective is to yell out, “I have a baby!” when your tiny baby has fully separated and melted from the ice cube. Whoever has their baby first wins the game.

32) “Yes” Or “No”

This is a baby shower twist on the “Who am I?” party game. For this game, you’ll write baby items on notecards and safety pin a notecard on the back of each guest when they arrive.

While guests are milling around, they’ll ask yes or no questions to figure out which baby item is on their card.

33) Find The Pacis

Before the party starts, hide several (or many!) pacifiers around the room. When guests arrive, let them know that they’ll be on a pacifier hunt throughout the party. Whoever has found the most by the end of the shower wins.

Hands-On Baby Shower Games

34) Design-O-Baby

This game requires a little bit of preparation beforehand. Your guests can grab any Play-Doh or modeling clay for this game. If they don’t have any handy, a simple salt dough made of water, flour, salt, and (optional) food coloring will do the trick!

Set a timer for 20 or so minutes — depends on how artistic your guests are! They’ll be tasked to design what they think your bundle of joy will look like on their first birthday.

Food coloring can be helpful if they opted to make salt dough so they can tint the baby’s hair, eyes, skin, and clothes! Hilarity is sure to ensue as your guests reveal their baby masterpieces.

If your guests enjoy this sort of game, you can change the format to suit your virtual baby shower best. For example, read out riddles and tell your guests to make the answer out of their dough.

Whoever creates the answer the fastest (while still making it recognizable) wins!

35) Cupcake Decorating Contest


Provide each guest with a plain cupcake and all the decorating supplies they could dream of — icings in various colors, candies, pastry bags with tips, sprinkles, and all the rest.

Have everyone decorate their cupcake and let the parent-to-be be the judge of this contest. After the winner has been announced, guests can eat their yummy creations.

36) Blindfolded Diaper Changing

Gather a couple of babydolls and a pack of diapers. Put the diapers on the baby dolls. If you’re really feeling saucy, you can add a spoonful of Nutella to the diaper before putting it on the baby doll.

Next, blindfold several of your guests (one for each babydoll). Now, have them race to remove the dirty diaper, wipe the babydoll clean, and put a new diaper on. Whoever finishes first is the winner!

37) Blindfolded Spoon-Feeding

While your guests are still in pairs, have one person put on a blindfold. Now, give each blindfolded person a small jar of baby food and a spoon. They must spoon-feed all of the food to their partner. Be ready to get messy!

38) Baby Food Connoisseur

While half of your guests are blindfolded, have them try a spoonful of 10 different baby foods to see if they can guess the flavors. These might not be the foods you’re craving, but it’s hilarious to watch people’s reactions.

39) Block Scramble

This is a hands-on version of a word scramble game. Divide guests into pairs or small teams and provide each group with several sets of baby blocks (pre-chosen by you). Each set will spell a baby-related word.

See which team can unscramble all of the words first.


40) Design Baby Clothing

Buy several white baby onesies or bibs (best if they’re bought used or are received as hand-me-downs) and markers made for drawing on cloth.

Give one garment to each guest and let them go crazy! Each person can decorate and design the article of baby clothing however they wish.

If you’re doing a virtual shower and your guests don’t live too far away, you can drop off the materials at their house. If they live too far but you really want your little one to wear these keepsakes, consider sending guests a gift card so they can purchase the materials themselves.

During the virtual baby shower, your guests can decorate and chat. At the end, they can present their beautiful works of art and mail their work to you later.

Those onesies are sure to give you all the nostalgic (and grateful) feels during those middle-of-the-night feedings!

While many baby shower games and activities can be adapted for online festivities, here are several that are perfect for virtual baby showers.

Virtual Baby Shower Games

41) Baby Shower Pictionary

The idea here is the same as with baby shower charades. Simply choose baby-related phrases and have your guests try to draw that phrase while other people guess what it is.

There are tons of free, online Pictionary options as well, which means this game is perfect for a virtual baby shower! Instead of having your guests draw in person, they can draw directly onto their devices.

Or, if they’re better with paper and pen, they can hold up their drawings to the camera as soon as they’re finished in order to get the point.

42) Baby Bingo

There are tons of printable baby Bingo cards online for free, so this option is perfect for an easy, quick game with your virtual guests!

Start Bingo at the beginning of the shower so your guests can mark off the things on their Bingo card as the shower goes along. The first one to get baby Bingo wins!

43) Name That Tune

This game is great for trivia lovers. Plus, the best part is that it’s an easy, safe, and fun option for mothers-to-be who prefer a virtual baby shower.

Before the shower, create a playlist of all the greatest baby hits. Any nursery rhymes, lullabies, or popular songs that use the word “baby” in the lyrics or title (we’re looking at you, Justin Bieber!).

Ask all of your guests to mute themselves at the beginning of each round. Then play a small snippet of the song for your guests, maybe five seconds.

The first person to shout out the answer or type it in the chatroom wins a point!

44) Virtual Price Is Right

Price Is Right is fun in person and easy to make virtual, too! As the host, all you have to do is gather a series of gifts for the expecting parent and hold the items up (one at a time) to your camera like an old-school car model.

Guests will try to guess the price of the gift without going over.

Have fun with your presentation –– you can get goofy and play charades with each item, too, while you wait for your guests to answer.

45) Virtual Celebrity Babies

The Celebrity Babies game is also super easy to adapt to a virtual baby shower. Simply throw some photos of celebrity babies onto a Powerpoint slide, and you’re golden!

Guests will take a look at the photo and try to guess the parents correctly.

46) Virtual Cupcake Decorating Contest

Before the shower, drop off a pre-made cupcake along with icing to your local guests’ doors. If you have out-of-town guests, be sure to include on the invitation that they will need cupcake supplies.

Let them decorate to their heart’s desire! The best part is that even if you can’t taste them, you get to judge how they look.

If you’re having a themed baby shower, you could encourage your guests to make a cupcake that epitomizes the theme — get creative! The more fun your guests have with this, the more amazing the cupcakes will turn out.

Plus, guests have an incentive: They get to eat their creation!

47) “Baby” Songs

Put your guests into teams of two or three people. Give everyone three minutes to list as many songs with the word “baby” or “babe” in the title. The team with the most songs at the end of the three minutes wins!

Meaningful Baby Shower Games


48) Mama Knows Best!

Have any mothers in the room share three pieces of advice for the expecting mom. This moment can be as meaningful or as goofy as you choose to make it.

49) Love Letters

Last, but definitely not least, have each guest write one short letter to the mom-to-be. It can be full of jokes, well-wishes, encouragement for the hard days, or simple expressions of love and friendship.

The expecting mom can read them when she wants to relieve stress or simply to put a smile on her face.

Now Have Fun!

So there you have it! With these fabulous baby shower games, you and your loved ones are sure to have an unforgettable time.

And these games help outfit the expecting mom with supplies like the Multi-purpose Balm with 3 Avocado Extracts for herself and Diaper Rash Sprayable Cream for her little one.

In such strange times, we know it’s important now more than ever to feel supported and connected to your family and friends. We hope these baby shower games help put a smile on your face and some warmth in your heart — whether your shower is in-person or virtual!

Now that planning your baby shower is out of the way, all you have to do is pack your hospital bag and wait for the big day to arrive!

Games with a child up to a year old

It is well known that babies develop in the process of games, which should be quite simple and understandable to the child. Playing with your child, you not only develop his thinking, motor skills, intelligence, but also help him get to know and get used to the world around him, which at first can even be frightening for a baby.

In this article we will talk about specific games with children of the first year of life, as well as general variations on the theme of educational games for the baby.

Non-object games

Hide-and-seek for the little ones

In addition to games with objects, you can play simple games with your child, for example "KU-KU" . Such a simple game will form an understanding in the child that even if you left (hid behind your palms), you will definitely return to him and will always be there. And when the baby begins to understand that you are hiding, he will be interested in “finding” you.


Children love playing at "PAYS". At first, the child will clap with your help, but very quickly learn to do it himself. Speak the rhyme “Okay, okay, where were you? By Grandma". This game helps to develop motor and auditory skills of your crumbs. Also useful is the game of repeating sounds or facial expressions.


When your child says a sound or word, such as “aha”, REPEAT AFTER HIM will help your child develop confidence that you understand and are interested in him. Make funny faces to the child, children like this game, they understand that it can be very fun and funny.

Studying parts of the body

"LOOK FOR" THE NOSE on the child's face, accompanying the game with the phrases "Where is the nose?" Play this way with different parts of the baby's body and with objects, such a game develops attention, coordination and expands the child's vocabulary.


DANCE WITH YOUR BABY . Music and dancing help the child develop faster and grow as a harmonious personality. Dance yourself around the baby, and then take him in your arms or place him in a sling and dance in pairs. Monitor the state of the child when he is tired and is about to sleep, just slowly circle the room with him, at moments of activity you can throw the baby into the air, or circle it on outstretched arms. This will bring great pleasure to your baby.

Games with objects


To begin with, do not forget that you cannot ask a child for something that he is not yet capable of. Also, and vice versa, do not make it easy if you see that the baby is capable of more. Complicate the games gradually and, of course, helping and explaining to the child how to do it right.

NEWBORN : just born baby is still very weak and cannot play on his own, but you can show him a rattle, demonstrate how to rattle it, interest in bright colors. At this stage, it will be enough that the baby will be able to fix his gaze on the toy for a short time.

Gradually he learns to follow her and listen to her sound. In the second month, the baby will already be able to hold the rattle in his hand for a short time. The child will learn over time to hold it for a longer time and understand the causal relationship between taking the toy in his hand and the sound made. Such a game develops a grasping reflex and tactile sensations.
From 2.5 MONTHS you can already show your child that he is able to reach the toy. This will help the development of coordination of movements and, thanks to the unclenching of the palm, reduce the tone of the hands.
From 3-4 MONTHS the baby can already pull his hands directly to the toy and hold it in various positions, as well as bring it closer and further away from him, pull it into his mouth.

CHILD 5-6 MONTHS begins to use rattles for their intended purpose, actively rattles them, can shift from handle to handle or hold different rattles in both hands, being carried away by one or the other.
FROM 7-8 MONTHS the baby consciously chooses the rattle that he likes best, can knock it on the table or bed, and throwing the toy on the floor becomes one of the fun. Play along with the baby, pick up the rattle, let him throw it again. The child will like this game very much and will make him laugh. At this age, toys of different textures or with strung beads for the development of fine motor skills will be very useful for the baby.
8-9 MONTHS baby enjoys doing simple tasks like waving or tapping a rattle.
From 11 MONTHS , the baby begins to be interested in toys with moving parts. The kid will really like to roll the ball around the hoop or rotate the figures on the crossbar. Also, he will definitely like rattles with animal figures, with which you will begin to introduce him.

In-ear toys

These are very useful toys for developing the child's thinking and skills. To start, you can use two or three inserts. Give your child the opportunity to put these items together. Then show how to do it right. Tell the child that there were many items, and if you add the details, you get one. Don't get annoyed if your child can't put the toys in the right order at first, and don't insist on playing if you see that your child doesn't like it anymore.
There are many options for playing with insert toys, for example, HIDE-AND-Seek . Cover with inserts any objects of different sizes, and be sure to tell the baby about what you are doing, explain that you cannot hide a large ball under a small bucket, for example. Rearrange toys, swap inserts, invite your child to hide items himself, and then find them. Your kid will love this fun game.

You can also build a TOWER with insert toys . Help and guide the child, if the baby is completely confused, put the insert that is needed under his arm. The child will like that he did it, especially if you praise him and clap along with him for the successes achieved.

Helpful for child development and INSERT FRAME. To begin with, they will do just with geometric shapes, then you can use more complex ones, for example, with animals or from several parts in one window. Play with the child in the "windows", explain that each window has its own lid and the other will not work, let the baby try to choose the right one for himself.


An equally useful toy for a child, but first do not forget to show your child how to play it correctly and explain your actions. Give the child a disassembled pyramid so that he has the opportunity to familiarize himself with it, and then, with your help, offer the crumbs to assemble it. You will not notice how the baby will be happy to do it on his own.

Surprise toys

The baby will be very interested in toys that make sounds, with buttons that need to be pressed to make something happen, for example, the door opens, from which you can take out a figure or put it in. Let the child do it on his own, but if you see that he does not succeed, help, but rejoice at the result, as if it were a joint one. Children really like tops that can be spun, they are bright and able to interest children in their dance.

Story games

Up to about 6 months, the baby can only hold and look at the toy, but AFTER 6-7 MONTHS , when the baby is already beginning to follow the actions of the parents, you can play story games with him. They should consist of several simple actions, for example, we feed the bunny, the dog jumps, the horse jumps, etc. You can hide the toy under the blanket and invite the baby FIND THE BUNNY , for example. If the child does not find it, let the bunny “jump out” from under the blanket, and you tell the child that he is a bunny, show where he was hiding.
For the perception and emotional development of a child, it is very useful to include in games SIMPLE NURSERY ROEMS , for example A. Barto. Accompany the actions of the cow with the well-known poem "A bull is walking, swinging." Also include emotional components in story games. The child will get acquainted with the whole spectrum of feelings and emotions: laughter, fear, sadness, tears. The child will learn to understand the cause of certain emotions, explain that the bunny is crying because he fell and it hurts, take pity on the bunny together and he will become cheerful and joyful, or the doll laughs because she likes to drive a car. It all depends on your imagination, and there can be a huge variety of options.

Outdoor games

CHILD 1-2 MONTHS is enough to pull over him in the crib a rattle-pendant or an extension with bright components. An inadvertent touch of the arms or legs will cause a sound that will attract the attention of the baby. Such a game will interest the child and he will try to reach for the toy. This will help develop coordination of movements and will stimulate the visual and auditory apparatus.
By 3-4 MONTHS the position of the toy can be changed and the baby will follow its movement and try to reach it. Move the toy from side to side, and the baby will try to reach it. But do not test the child's patience for too long, after several attempts, give the toy to the baby's hands.
AT 5-6 MONTHS baby will be very interested in a balloon filled with helium. Tie it to the handle of the baby, he will be able to move the handle and follow the movement of the floating ball.
From 9-12 MONTHS children become interested in playing with balls. Roll the ball away from you towards your child. Accompany these actions with words such as "the ball ran away from Pasha and ran to mom, and now ran away from mom to Pasha. " Let the kid try to just throw the ball. A little later, for a ball game, you can connect the box and try to throw the ball into it.

As you can see, all the games offered are very simple, but in spite of this, they perfectly develop and teach your child to communicate. Show your imagination and you will have a great time with your baby, and his sonorous laughter will be your reward.

Calendars - month by month

In the first months and years of a child's life, play is an important way to communicate with adults. Examples of games with a baby, including illustrations German development program PEKiP will bring something new to daily care for the child. Play with pleasure!

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As soon as a child is born, he immediately begins to show his character. One newborn sleeps sweetly, waking up only for feeding. Another requires constant attention, long motion sickness.

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Our life is a constant movement. Already in the womb, the baby is actively moving, turning over, sucking his thumb. During childbirth, the child goes through a very difficult path, making seemingly unimaginable movements for him.

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Baby is almost 2 months old! Watching your child, you see that he is still very small, but has already learned a lot. It may seem to you that time passes slowly, but for the baby it is not. After all, every day he learns something new.

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At 5 months your baby is more independent. His movements are conscious, harmonious. He can already hold toys with two handles and examine them for a long time, actively explores the world with the help of sight, hearing, and touch.

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6 months is a serious date in a baby's life. He is constantly learning new movements, more interested in toys. Games with children after six months become much more interesting.

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At 8 months your baby is stronger. He probably already sits well, is actively interested in toys, carefully observes what his parents are doing.

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Surely you have already noticed what joy new opportunities bring to a child. They push him to develop further. And if you moderately help the baby, gradually limiting your influence on his games, the desire to insure where it is not needed, then the development of the child will be 9months will accelerate.

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A 10-month-old baby needs a lot of free space at home so that he learns to crawl, spin, move around without colliding with objects. Children's games are becoming more and more active. With a child, everything becomes more interesting!

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Your little one will soon have his first big holiday - his birthday! Now he is actively interested in the outside world. He needs everything that adults need. And during this period, parents most often begin to deal with the stubbornness of the child, to impose prohibitions.

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At the age of 1-1.5 years, babies love to imitate adults. In this article, we have collected games in which you can have fun teaching and developing your child.

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After the tenth leap of development, the child discovered the world of systems, and now the games with it become more difficult and interesting. We have prepared for you a selection of games with which you can fill your leisure time with a baby from 1.5 to 2 years old, and at the same time diversify it!

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