Awhile back, I posted about a cause and effect activity for some learning baby play, while knocking over block towers.
This time, George made some noise!
I got out the pots and pans and a few utensils.
George set out to explore these new objects.
He did hit the pots to hear their noise a little, but it wasn’t nearly as bad as I anticipated.
Not only do I find this simple activity super fast to put togehter [these are items readily available and absolutely no prep is required], but I love the most is that the child is in charge.
There’s no batteries involved.
George explores the objects and learns about them all on his own.
I received a comment on the Block Towers post regarding these non-battery toys that I find necessary to share:
“[...] Many electronic toys that purport to teach music or the alphabet actually just make noise every time the child touches it. This teaches nothing [...]” – DaddyNumberOne
Your child has so much to learn from the simplest of things.
Don’t make it complicated.
George is 10 months old.