Looking at our hands and fingers can be a very profound experience when you are three months old ... only second to staring at mom or dad's face. They spend a long time looking, bringing them together, fingers in mouth, it's a love affair with the hands.
This affair continues with teething relief, again hands in mouth, or pacifier, or any other hard object For that matter, and we are constantly looking to ... you have to wash those hands! ... clean and wipe those hands clean that have been all over the place. we are exploring with our tactile sensorimotor system. Our hands, feet and mouths contain more cells than any other part of the body to provide information to our brains about our environment. Especially the first four months of life, the sensorimotor system comes alive and is very sensitive.
It is the window of opportunity for exploring rough, smooth, wet, dry, sticky, hard, soft, all of the textures you can imagine ... baby will need all of this stimulation for its ongoing development. So yes, I would say, go ahead and "play with food" after you're done eating it ... it's O.K. to get dirty and play with that mushy potato or squash or feel the rough edges of la arepa . Outdoor kitchen!More news: Pixwords Answers in Spanish. Search by the name of the author or by the number of characters. Pixwords Spain - 8 letters
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Little finger - Pinkie -
This little finger ... found a little egg . (You show them their pinky.)
This dedito ... he threw it in boiling water. dedito ... took off the shell . (You show them their finger finger)
This finger ... I miss the salt. fart ... fat chaparrito ... ate it . . (You show them the thumb)
But he was very thirsty and sought water ... and he searched, searched, searched ... and here you found, found, found ...
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