General motor and Bilateral development
• Creep through, around, over and under a family furniture obstacle course.
• Hold your baby's hand and encourage jumping off a small step. Try to do it over a very low object.
• Play nursery games like Patty-Cake and Ten Little Indians.
• Allow your baby to climb a safe set of stairs.
• Identify objects in large baby books.
• Sort pictures of different family members. Ask your baby to identify which picture is of which family member.
• Provide a grab-bag of objects to identify by reaching in, guessing what it is, and then pulling it out to see if it is right.
• Play ball on the floor.
• Occasionally use balls that have unpredictable movements.
• Eye-hand co-ordination
• Stacking and Nesting toys.
• Fill-able objects and pouring toys
• Toy Xylophone/Telephone
• Binocular co-ordination: Two-eye Teaming
• On a swing, stay in front of the swing and maintain eye contact.
• Have your baby use a large plastic hammer with large pegs.
• Have your baby pour water into a container. As this skill improves, provide containers with smaller openings.
• Ball or beanbag throwing onto an area of the floor or into a basket.
• Try a balloon catch.
• Size, shape and spatial concepts
• Have your baby place objects together that belong together, like all cups, all spoons, plates, cars, or dolls.
• Hide an object and have your baby find it.
• Scramble a stack of Lego blocks and then have your baby pick out only one type of block. For example, pick out all the blue ones, although there are red and blue scattered together. Or pick out all the blocks that look alike.