At this stage, everything is new in the baby’s world. Although they are often still immobile, babies are full of curiosity. With the protection and sense of safety they derive from their parents, they are great learners. From the very beginning, babies start to observe their immediate environment and reach for things they want. Since the ability to explore with their mouth develops before the ability to explore with their fingers, babies often put everything in their mouths.
By the time they are 6 months, babies begin to understand that all actions have a cause and effect. They can shake a toy and know that it will result in making noise. Once they are over 10 months, they begin to learn how to communicate with others and may even bring over a book that they want you to read.
They start imitating the words and sounds around them and slowly move from baby talk to “real” words. They want to communicate with those around them. We offer the following programs for babies in this age group: