After you bring baby home, often you take a seat in the glider or rocking chair and think, “now what?” The days seem endless, and chock full of diapers, naps, spit-up, and maybe a shower or two (depends on that spit-up!) for you. So, what do you do with baby all day? We’re very excited to introduce you to Curious Baby Activity Cards, designed to take the stress out of “what do you do all day” and give you peace of mind that you’re doing what’s best for your baby.
If you’re home with baby, especially during the winter or super hot days, Curious Baby Activity Cards is here to make your life easier. They designed the activities to easily work with materials and items you already have in the house! For example, a mirror, pots and pans, pillows – everything you have already! You can skip the trip to Target and quit buying expensive toys, everything you need is in Curious Baby Activity Card Set. Plus, it’s a great way to get older siblings involved in safe play with baby on the floor. Make it a family activity!
We love that you can safely play with baby using all of the activity cards, as each of the activities has been backed with research and reviewed by a medical advisory team to promote one of the five key development areas for babies. These five areas include fine motor and sensory development, gross motor/physical development, cognitive development, speech & language development, and emotional and social development. You can be confident that the activities provided have all been backed by leading childhood education research and reviewed by a medical team.
We know in your sleep deprived state, it can be difficult to commit to reading books or websites about baby activities, which is why we’re such big fans of the Curious Baby Activity Cards. The activities are organized and color-coded based on the age of your baby. Starting from weeks 0-12 and moving up every three months, you’ll be able to use these cards throughout the ENTIRE first year of your little one’s life. We especially appreciate that there are no extra materials or subscription fees. The suggested activities are appropriate to the stage of development that your baby is going through based on their age in months, so you can feel confident that you are doing the best play you can with baby!