New mothers may want to watch this video because it discusses activities for infants that are the most engaging for the child. The goal is to keep the infant focused on the activity and provide them with the necessary brain stimulation.
Babies start to awaken their senses at about three months, and the speaker talks about some activities to do with them to help them develop even more. One activity someone can do with a baby who is between the ages of three months and six months is to show the baby high-contrast cards.
An interested parent can print some of those cards off the internet and use them to interest the baby. The parent can set the cards up in front of the baby after placing the baby on his or her back. The child will be captivated by the cards and may even try to reach out and grab them. The cars might even be so engaging that the baby tries to crawl towards them.
Introducing the baby to a crinkly blanket with different textures is also a good idea. This will allow them to develop their understanding of their sense of touch. These activities will provide an excellent opportunity for the baby to work on their motor and sensory skills.