Stage 1: Baby 0-6 Months
• Baby starts to actively enjoy play time.
• Tummy time is very important to strengthen neck and back muscles.
• Baby starts to reach out at dangling objects.
• Eye-hand co-ordination is developing.
Stage 2: Baby 6-12 Months
• Baby is now able to roll and sit unassisted.
• Peek-a-boo becomes a favourite game.
• Babies get much delight from watching their reflection in the mirror.
(Mobile detaches to entertain baby on the floor).
Stage 3: Toddler 12-24 Months
• Toddler starts to take their first steps and continues to grow with confidence.
• Toddler begins to start playing independently.
• Starts throwing and kicking balls.
• Learns to identify colours and shapes.
Stage 4: Pre-Schooler 24-36 Months
• A significant increase in vocabulary and language accompanies this stage.
• Imaginative play becomes a very important part of developing child’s self awareness and confidence.
• First friendships start to blossom. Children begin to understand taking turns and caring for others.