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8 fun indoor games to play with your 7-9 month old baby

8 fun indoor games to play with your 7-9 month old baby

nuenfant
Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Does it feel like your baby is learning something new every day? At this age, they're becoming more mobile and inquisitive and their brain development is taking off. Here are eight interactive, development-boosting games to keep your budding adventurer entertained indoors.

Keep it simple

Notice how babies are often more interested in the wrapping paper than the gift? Let your little one find wonder in everyday items; a tissue box, measuring cups or scrunched up newspaper. Take a tour of your house, showing them furniture and art, or open and close cupboards and discover what's inside.

Soak it up

Find a spot on the kitchen floor then grab a large bowl or pot, fill it up with water and let the fun begin! Try adding cups, spoons and funnels for your child to play with, or use two bowls of water, one cool and one warm. Talk to them about the different temperatures and how it feels on their hands – the more talk the better!

Reflection fun

Babies are fascinated by the human face, so why not give them the opportunity to gaze at their own? Prop up a mirror and lie them down on their tummy or sit them up in front of it. Point out their eyes, ears and nose, or pull funny faces! The mirror game helps your baby learn how to focus, track images, and explore the wonderful things a face can do.

Up, up and away!

Throw them up in the air, kick them like a football, or tie one to a piece of string. Balloons provide endless fun! Remember to always supervise balloon play and don't let your baby put the balloon in their mouth.

Play dates

If the weather's bad, you won't be the only Mum stuck inside. Invite other Mums and their babies over for a few hours. It's lovely to watch little ones play and 'talk' to each other, and as a bonus you can have an adult conversation!

Get your groove on

Beyonce' or not, your baby will always reward your dance efforts with bucket-loads of smiles. Put on some music (pick your favourite!) and dance away – it's fun, boosts your energy and keeps you warm.

Treasure box

Another way to make the most of every day items is to collect 20-30 natural or found objects (not too small of course!) and put them in a shallow, round basket so that if your baby is sitting, they can reach into it from all sides. Stimulate all of their senses with a range of textures, shapes and materials then allow your child to explore without interrupting or showing them what to do. It's called Heuristic Play, coined by child psychologist Elinor Goldschmeid, and is great for baby's brain development.

Brave the storm

If the weather has kept you holed up for days, rug up and take your baby out for a walk in the stroller. Exercise and fresh air (albeit cold) are sure-fire ways to relieve cabin fever.

While there are hundreds of fun games to play with your little one at home, it can be hard to remember them. Print this list or create your own and stick it on the fridge, then if your baby gives you their 'I'm bored' look, you know where to go!

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