Peek-a-boo is an old time favourite, but do you know that it is a significant part of a baby’s development? By providing families with a set of peek-a-boo cards, you will be supporting parents and families to engage in quality interactions, strengthen attachment and have fun. However, with every game they will also:
• Stimulate their baby’s brain development and senses
• Encourage visual tracking
• Build social development
• Provide exposure of new words and language skills
• Introduce numeracy concepts.
Even newborns can enjoy a game of peek-a-boo, but at around 5 months of age, this game can help a baby begin to learn that something can disappear and then reappear. This concept is called object permanence and helps them learn the concept that even though they may not see something, it can still exist. Provide parents and families with our colourful and stimulating peek-a-boo cards so they can gently introduce the game of peek-a-book to their baby and play with their growing toddler.