Fun indoor parent-child games in winter
Play is to make life interesting, to spend time with children, to use wisdom, to make children happy, and to make yourself happy.
So as long as you are smart parents, although it is a lot of taboos in winter, we can also make boring life gamification and fun . Winter games start from comfort and safety. Winter, games must be realized with comfort and safety.
Do not relax your vigilance for indoor games.
1. The air should flow, refuse to close the doors and windows tightly.
To increase the temperature in the room, you may like to keep the doors and windows closed.
But environmental experts do not agree with this approach, because you and your baby may feel uncomfortable with the dirty air in the house.
It is recommended to open the window at least twice a day for at least 30 minutes each time, and easy to choose in the morning and afternoon for two hours.
2, the room temperature should be warm, refuse to be damp and cold.
Whether it is heating by electric heaters or heating pipes, it is more appropriate to keep the temperature of the family at 18-20 degrees with the baby, not too low and adjacent, nor too high.
3. The environment must be safe, and the hidden dangers should be rejected.
Whether it’s the living room, bedroom or kitchen, wherever your baby can go, be sure to check for potential safety hazards.
For example, wires, sockets are empty, sharp knives, table legs, cockroach medicine, small substitutes, daily necessities, etc.
Before playing the game, you should also pay attention to removing some extra items and try to be as spacious as possible.
I divide indoor games in winter into the following three categories: bedroom games, living room games, and kitchen table games.
Bedroom games: In addition to sleeping in the bedroom, you can also use it as a happy game world.
Compared to the kitchen and living room, the bedroom is a safer and warmer place to play.
The magical use of bedding such as quilts, sheets and pillows is a parody of bedroom games.
First, the kitten drills holes: exercise the baby’s crawling ability, develop the baby’s hands and feet coordinated crawling movements, and explore the spirit.
Game preparation: a quilt.
Gameplay: Roll a large air-conditioning quilt into a large bucket.
Dad and mother were sitting on each end of the quilt, pinching the two corners of the quilt, and turned the quilt into a “hole” shape.
Place the baby at the end of the “hole” of the quilt, and the parents call the baby separately, or use some toys to guide the baby into the hole like a kitten.
While the baby is drilling in and out, mom and dad can cheer for the baby while reading the rhymes.
“A little cat, got into the quilt, crawled, crawled, crawled, crawled out of the small hole.
“Mom and dad can also pat here on the quilt while the baby is drilling holes, knock there, let the quilt touch the baby, and make it crawl more and more vigorously.
Second, the kitten crosses the river: strengthen the baby’s sense of balance and exercise her brave character.
Game preparation: sturdy sheets.
How to play: Put the sheets on the bed, parents hold one end of the sheets, and the child lies in the middle.
Parents begin dialysis sheets, which can be smaller and slower at first. Let the children get familiar with them and encourage them to be brave and not afraid.
Tell the baby that he is a kitten and is ready to cross the river in a boat.
Slowly, the bed sheet leaves the bed or the ground some distance, the four corners of the parents holding the bed sheet shake, like a boat in the river, can start smaller, slower, and gradually increase.
Tell your baby to roll around to maintain balance.
If your baby is over 2 years old, you can increase the maximum range and strength to encourage your child to walk, crawl, jump, etc. among the sheets.
Due to indoor venue restrictions, moms often worry that indoor games will make you and your children feel boring and uninspiring.
In fact, as long as parents use their brains to compare the above games with each other, you can add more fun to your gamesPlay parent-child games.
It is specifically designed to train infants’ tactile sensations according to their psychological characteristics, and can also train infants to classify invisible objects.
Game preparation: an opaque cloth pocket; various fruits and nuts, such as bananas, oranges, apples, walnuts, peanuts, seeds, grapes, oranges, grapefruits, etc .; or various small toys, such as pistols, cars, rattles,Toy rabbit, mobile phone, bear, dog, handkerchief, hat, gloves, etc.
How to play: Parents hold cloth pockets filled with category items and read to the children: “There are so many magical pockets, please come and touch them.”” And told the child, “Please reach out and touch something in the bag. You can’t show it out and don’t peek.
Tell me (ie parents) after touching, what you touch.
After the baby puts out the items one by one, parents can raise the requirements: “Please tell me what kind of items these items belong to?
For example, bananas, apples, pears, etc. are fruits. What kind of handkerchief socks?
What kind of puppy is a plush bunny?
“And ask the toddler to organize the items by hand.
After the child is familiar with the game, let the child touch it and say, “This is a pear in fruit.
“and many more.
In order to increase children’s interest, parents and children swap positions, let children ask questions, parents touch and answer, and finally let the children identify right or wrong.
In this game, parents need to use their brains, use their brains, and constantly enrich the “content” in the “pockets”, or change the shape of the pockets, such as turning the cloth pocket into a Santa’s boot, a beautiful paper boxWait.
To increase the interest of young children and promote the development of young children’s perception, especially vision and touch.
Second, “light and shadow” games: In the winter night, parents can play “light and shadow” games with their babies.
This game is to be played in a spacious living room, which can improve the coordination and coordination of children’s movements, responsiveness, and understanding of light and shadow.
Game preparation: Do this game at night with a flashlight or laser pointer.
How to play: Pay attention to the safety of the living room. The room must be relatively spacious, but the furniture should be placed as close as possible. There is enough space for the armor to allow the child to run.
Remove protruding, sharp objects.
If the room is not big enough, let the child run alone.
Adults turn off the lights in the room, and use a flashlight or laser pointer to shine light and shadow on the ground, and let the children catch and step on them.
Be careful not to shake the flashlight too fast, to give the child enough reaction time, you can slowly increase the shaking speed.
The light can only shine on the open space of the room. Do not shine into the children’s eyes, it will damage the children’s eyesight.
You can also point the flashlight to the ceiling or above, let the baby look up to find the location of light and shadow, and quickly point out.
When your baby is a little older, you can teach him some hand shadow games, such as the most common hand shadows such as “dog head”, so that the baby can better understand the relationship between light and shadow, strengthen the hand posture changes, and practice fine movements.
Kitchen table game: You are busy preparing for dinner, but the child is standing by the apron and grabbing you by the side.
Because of the high risk factor in the kitchen, I don’t recommend babies to play in the kitchen; but in the winter kitchen table, the meals are often fragrant and warm, and they will always attract the babies to explore the kitchen.
When the mother is cooking, the baby can stay at the kitchen table, and when the mother is not too busy, she can do parent-child games with the baby.
These games do not require much time and energy, as long as you take care of the communication with your baby while cooking.
But pay attention to the safety issues on the kitchen table: first put away sharp objects such as knives, forks, and tell the children not to disturb the children, do not get near the burning appliances, do not recognize things casually; make things for children to play, it is bestThose that do not pose a danger even if eaten.
First, taste the game: play at the table, suitable for babies who start to eat complementary foods. This can exercise the child’s sense of smell, taste, and can also enrich the child’s language expression ability.
Game preparation: fruits with different flavors, such as apples, pears, oranges, etc .; or soups, such as syrup, milk, rice soup, etc .; or cooked meals (but not too strong).
How to play: Let the children smell and smell the soup or fruit with different flavors first, and talk about the smell.
Give the baby a taste, tell the baby the name and taste, and let the baby learn to tell it by himself.
It feels different from when I smelled it.
The meals that are usually prepared can also be tasted by the baby.
You can also upgrade this game to smell the game, smell the different fruits for the baby, tell him the name of the fruit, and then let the baby close his eyes, and the mother takes another fruit to let the baby smell and say the name of the fruit.
Second, the spoon-carrying bean game: The spoon-carrying bean game is suitable for playing on the dining table. This game helps to practice the baby’s ability to hold a spoon, strengthen the fine movements of the hand, and cultivate the child’s habit of focusing and doing things seriously.
Game preparation: one small spoon for babies, two small bowls, one peanut or soy beans, preferably a small bun that can be eaten.
How to play: Prepare two small bowls, put soybeans, peanuts, etc. in one of the small bowls, and the other bowl is empty.
The parents showed the rules of the game to the baby: scoop out the beans with a spoon and transport them to another empty bowl.
Require no beans to fall out.
Let your baby learn to do it until the beans in the bowl have been shipped. After the baby learns this method of transporting beans with a spoon, parents can participate in the competition: prepare four bowls, two spoons, and two beans.
You and your child each take a spoon and move the beans to another empty bowl to see who moves fast and well.
If the child likes to play, he can move the beans back and forth between the two bowls.
If the baby wins, it is better to have some small rewards.