Within months, your baby will grow and develop in many different ways. This video series shows you the transitions a baby goes through, and how you can engage them via Play!
Babies go through important transitions as they grow. As parents, it's important to help our babies engage in these transitions, for healthy baby development.
Transitions in Child-Development and
Age-Appropriate Play | Preface
By introducing Age-Appropriate Play during stages of the baby's development, children learn important skills and develop relationships.
Stage-based Learning with
Dr. May Lim | Transitions during 4-6 Months
As we observe the transitions our babies go through, around 4-6 months, babies go through various significant transitions.
Play for Children
Play Matters! It is especially important for Children with Autism, as it creates opportunities for them to develop essential skills and communication while having fun.
In the Autism Awareness Month of April, we’re sharing a few ideas to get you started with play.
Importance of Play for Children with Autism | Turn Taking
Watch as Dr. May Lim explains how parents of children with Autism can introduce the concept of Turn Taking through Play.
Importance of Play for Children with Autism | Playful Interruption
To introduce new play ideas, join your child and follow his or her lead with playful interactions in the play sequence.
Importance of Play for Children with Autism | Pretend Play
Pretend Play can help your child organize thinking, relate events, understand abstract concepts and get exposed to new vocabulary.
Play for Transition
Dr May Lim talks about the important transitions babies go through at 7-9 months and share some play ideas to encourage during the transition. Come discover what Oribel can do for you and your child.
Moving About and Playing | 7-9 months
Watch and understand about the important transitions babies go through at 7-9 months and shares some play ideas to encourage during the transitions.
Social and Emotional Being | 7-9 months
At this stage, babies become social and emotional beings! Occupational therapist Dr. May Lim explains its significance and its implications.
Getting ready to be a toddler | 10-12 months
Around the age of 10-12 months, your baby is becoming a little explorer! It's a stage where you need to keep an extra careful eye on your baby. What kind of toys do you introduce, and how do you keep your baby safe?
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