Baby: what games with his nanny?

Baby: what games with his nanny?

That's it, have you returned to work and entrusted your baby to a nanny? All parents dream of being a little mouse to see what their little one does when they are not with him. Do not worry, he's having fun!

To get a sense of his activities, here are some games he enjoys with his nanny.

Songs

  • Children's nursery rhymes are a great way to help young children learn the language. It is also a perfect tool for sensory and memory awakening. Thanks to music, the child develops his sense of rhythm. In addition, he begins to memorize words and to enrich his lexicon. It is also said that music softens manners. In children, it is soothing and relaxing.

The puzzles

  • There is one for all ages! The puzzle is a must-have for children, but also for older children. It all depends, in fact, on the number of pieces that compose it and the degree of detail of the illustration to be reconstituted. In infants, the purpose of the puzzle is to work on the ability to fit the pieces together. As it grows, the focus will be more on color nuance and shapes.

Construction games

  • Cubes, bricks and other elements to nest into each other ... It's no coincidence that construction games are unbeatable! Children love it because they use different faculties and adapt perfectly to all developments. In addition to helping them to project into space, this type of game contributes to their motor and sensory development, but also to enrich their imagination. The more he grows up, the more your little end will stack the cubes and create his little world, which he can destroy at will ... since he did it!

Coloring

  • As nursery nursery approaches, nursery assistants often offer coloring activities. Drawing, painting, smearing are all gestures that prepare the child for writing in a fun way. It's also a great way to teach him how to control his strength and follow rules.

Interactive games

  • It's a fact, digital is an integral part of children's lives from an early age. While many interactive games use notions of use similar to those of a computer and interact with the child, they are often edutainment tools that promote specific learning, for example relating to colors, shapes, letters or numbers.