Economical and fun paper games
Paper can be used to fold, roll, paste, draw, tear, pull, pull, and rub; it can be flat or folded into a body; it can be white or it can be drawn as a whole; it can be rough or smooth.
In short, paper can change countless shapes and let babies have fun.
Paper tears often occur after a baby is 6 months old.
The reason is that I want to change something with my own hand to satisfy the novelty.
At this time, their hand movements are gradually refined, and their hand-eye coordination ability is also basic.
When children find that the shape of the paper can be changed and the sound of paper tearing can be made by the movement of their little hands, they will be happy and pleasantly surprised.
Ripped paper, contraction can exercise the small muscles of the hand of the child, but also enrich the child’s hearing.
Some friends worry that if they teach children to tear paper, the newspapers and magazines in their homes will suffer.
In fact, before the child is 1 year old, the range of activities is still small.
Adults just need to keep the important paper products out of the reach of babies.
At the same time, you can teach your child to read and let him distinguish some papers that cannot be torn.
Before 1 year old, parents should accompany the baby when tearing the paper, beware that the baby put the paper in his mouth.
By the time he was 2 years old, the torn notes had become thinner.
At this time you can teach him to tear out shapes and patterns.
In the big class, the baby can use the torn paper to make pictures!
Parents are certainly proud of it!
Tie Lele drew the outline of his face on paper.
Then draw the eyes, nose, and mouth on other paper and cut them out.
Then the game started!
Ask your baby to close their eyes, pick up the “eyes” and stick them on the paper, then “nose” and “mouth”.
This game can train your baby’s visual inspection and implantation skills.
Jigsaw puzzles can use pictures from magazines, preferably with a simple structure.
For example, portrait photos.
Cut the pictures into pieces, and put them together with your baby.
When playing jigsaw puzzles, the first exercise is eyesight, which depends on the color and line matching. The second exercise is the dexterity of fingers.
The jigsaws sold outside can only be played once, and they take up too much space to play; small ones cannot afford to play more.
Later thought of DIY.
Most fashion magazines are exquisitely printed on paper.
The advertisement page inside is for playing jigsaw puzzles.
At first, you can cut it into 3 or 4 pieces for your baby to fight, and then gradually increase the number of pieces.
Tangram is the crystallization of ancient Chinese wisdom in the end.
Playing jigsaw puzzles can exercise hand-eye coordination, spatial imagination, and cultivate the sense of space and space abstraction.
I hope that after playing the smart treasure of Tangram, you will not have to worry about learning solid geometry in the future.
Smart Tips: Just a piece of paper and a pair of scissors (if you can do it manually, scissors are not needed), you can make a standard jigsaw puzzle.
Just start playing for your baby and try a monochrome one.
How to make it: Tailor a square piece of paper and cut it out according to the solid line shown below.
For the masking party, take a piece of paper, poke 4 holes in the paper compared to the length of the eyes, mouth, and nose, and then tear the strip of paper. Use the stapler to position the ears at both ends.
You can also guide your baby to draw hair and beard on the mask . and also to train your baby’s drawing and imagination skills in the game. Cardboard ping-pong ball When the child is young, the adult ping-pong board can’t be used. Mom can use cardboard to make ping-pong board.
The elasticity of cardboard is three years less than that of a formal table tennis board.
When the child starts to fight, he is not easily injured.
Clever Tips: DIY is also a game. Some parents hate DIY and think it is enough to buy toys for their babies. Why do they take time and effort to do it themselves?
In fact, the essence of DIY lies not in economy but in the joy of creation.
In the process of making something, you can feel the sense of expectation and the satisfaction you get after the production.
DIY with a child can indeed cultivate the child’s economical mind, so that he can experience the truth of “use everything”.
Even an empty cola bottle, cans, convenient chopsticks, and even small stones by the road can be transformed into such cute toys.
Babies who often participate in DIY will know how to cherish them.