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    Playing with wet sponges of differing textures assists in the development of fine motor and cognitive skills.

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    Putting on a light show provides the opportunity to improve your baby’s visual development and their fine motor skills.

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    It’s never too early to introduce your baby to reading and storytelling. It can improve your baby’s cognitive functions and emotional development, and their language development in particular.

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    “Where is Thumbkin?” is a lovely game to play with your baby. As well as being fun, it can assist in their sensory and language development.

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    Singing nursery rhymes is a great way to introduce music into your baby’s life. Babies benefit from listening and watching others sing, developing their language skills.

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    Simple science experiments using kitchen and pantry items are fun to do and a great way to help your children learn. Young children are naturally curious and will thoroughly enjoy doing simple science experiments.

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