Have your baby practice milestones with a real teacher, Ms Rachel! Ms Rachel uses baby songs, nursery rhymes and play to show how to encourage speech and language development, cognitive skills and social emotional growth.
Take Ms Rachel’s Baby Test and see how many gestures your baby can do! Try to get 16 gestures by 16 months old. Ms Rachel will show and encourage 18 gestures in the first 10 minutes of this video that you can work on with your child. Then she will model speech development from infants to 15 months old. She will also model pretend play which is an 18 month old milestone. Throughout the whole video, other key milestones are taught through fun kids songs, rhymes and play! Ms Rachel will also show sign language and first words. While babies watch, parents can learn more about their baby’s development and how to support them during this important time!
Also we have a very special guest this episode from the Today Show! Gadi Schwartz guest stars in this episode and sings, dances and even teaches us how to count in Spanish!
If you child isn’t meeting their milestones, you should tell your pediatrician and call your state’s early intervention program. Your child may qualify for free therapies such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy or more. It’s best to get your child help as young as possible.
Remember that the best thing for your baby or toddler is you! Interact with your baby, respond to their cues, play on the floor with them, read to them, sing to them, narrate your day for them and show them love and care! Thanks for watching Songs for Littles
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We hope you enjoy this baby learning video. Check out Ms Rachel’s other baby learning videos and toddler learning videos on her page. If you are looking for the best videos for babies and the best videos for toddlers, you will find them with Ms Rachel.
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