Components Toolbox be-4
How is the development of newborn and 1 month old babies?
- Your newborn baby will usually remain with his upper and lower extremities in a flexed position and his hands clenched.
- When placed face down, he initially remains with his head on the surface, but at the end of the first month he is able to raise his head looking forward.
- Although vision is close, the baby differentiates contours and color contrasts such as black-white, and is able to observe the face of its parents at a distance of approximately 30 centimeters.
- Hearing is perfectly developed and is especially sensitive to the voice of its parents.
The "tools" that we propose below help your baby achieve these and more achievements at this age.
Discover here: how, when and where to do activities with your baby
Step 1: Enter your username and password to the Family Center.
Step 2: Click on the activities that appear in each of the "Tools" (See below).
The Little Book be-4
Between arms and lulls!
It is the ideal summary to understand the stage your baby is going through. Full of important data, expert recommendations in a format that is easy to read and take with you everywhere. Includes development charts for 2, 3 and 4 month old babies.
You can also track your baby's development in the Family Center in the development menu
Use the plastic ring to take it with you everywhere.
SET of Activities Level be-4
Applying the activities is super easy and everyone can do it at home.
In each activity you learn:
The areas of development worked on, the step by step, the recommended age range, the necessary “Tools”, songs that you can enjoy, variations for later stages and other recommendations.
⭐Each activity has a # number and a name. You can search for them at any time in the Family Center Activities menu
- Act# 1A Face down on the adult
- Act# 6 My hands and my feet
- Act# 42 Soft music
- Act# 45 Talking with my baby
- Act# 47 Secrets
- Act# 51 Discovering my surroundings
- Act# 67 Our look
- Act# 69 Following objects
- Act# 3 Go up and down
- Act# 61 Sensations in my body
- Act# 194 Locating the Sound
You can continue doing all these activities in later stages. Check the recommended age range.
Explore different ways to fit and insert objects with the slot box and its components. Your baby will develop more precise hand-eye coordination skills and perceptual skills. Colored coins also allow you to develop color association skills.
Flashcards - My Body
Photographs of real objects in the early years allow the baby to have an image of the objects that is closer to reality. With body Flash Cards, we help your baby in his body recognition. Additionally, they have the name of each of the parts written in English and Spanish, so that they can be used when the baby grows and is in the reading-writing processes.
Learning to blow becomes a challenge for the baby, which will help him learn to control his breathing and strengthen the muscles involved in speech. Playing with the changing sound of the piston flute (ascending/descending) favors the development of auditory perception skills related to the pitches of sound (high/low).
Finger Puppets - Farm Animals Set 2
Now your baby begins to identify animals and reproduce their onomatopoeias. This SET of puppets complements those of the be-2 level, and will allow you to have interactions with your baby with animal sounds, actions and voice changes. This favors the increase of their communicative repertoire, preparing necessary elements of language development. With soft texture and strong colors, they generate interest from the point of view of perception.
Lightweight Plush Ball
Learning to throw and release objects becomes more and more fun. Playing with balls, in addition to helping to develop motor skills, visual-motor coordination and arm strengthening, is an essential tool for interacting and learning to play with others.
SET of papers
Includes 3 sheets of bond paper measuring 1 m x 70 cm for your baby to make their first doodles, exploring freely by painting with their hands, fingers or crayons. Additionally, it includes 3 sheets of balloon paper to tear, knead, blow and do many activities that help strengthen baby's hands.
Practical bags that will help you protect, organize, store and take the “Tools” anywhere.
*Colors may vary according to availability