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In this episode of the Enfamil A+ 2 Learn and Grow for Growing babies series, we’re playing “Crumbs and Cereal”, a motor-skill stimulation game for babies at 10 months. Let’s go over what makes this activity so beneficial for your baby. It encourages hand-eye coordination and grabbing objects with their thumbs. It develops visual and tactile abilities, as well as strengthens bonding and self-esteem. Let’s start! Begin by sitting on the floor next to your baby. Now, place breadcrumbs or a handful of cereal on a hard, clean surface, spreading them out. Your little one should start to pick up the breadcrumbs or cereal using their thumb and index finger. You’ll notice your child bringing their hand to their mouth, and starting to explore the food with their tongue, eyes, and fingers. Make sure to talk and smile throughout the game, cheering them on and praising them for their accomplishments. This activity will help your baby learn to use their fingers to pick up small objects with confidence, all while having fun! Find more development-friendly games to try with your child at Enfamil.ca.
Crumbs and Cereal
This game offers a fun way for your 10 months child to explore hand-eye coordination and grabbing objects with their thumbs. It also develops visual and tactile abilities, as well as strengthens bonding and self-esteem.
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