Seek Out the Squeak

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This cute little activity will hone your baby’s skills in a number of areas: fine-tuning their hearing; playing with their sense of object permanence, and exciting them with a little anticipation!

First, I rounded up a few toys that squeak. I guess in our house that tends to be little pigs!

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Hide one squeaky toy under a scarf (or a dish towel would work), and make it squeak.

The muffled sound was less distinct than Veronika is used to. Where was the sound coming from?

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She homed in quickly on the scarf – although this may have been because the scarf itself looked novel and interesting.

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Tada! A squeaky toy. I squeaked it again as her reward, and praised her efforts.

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Uh oh, is that another faint squeak she heard?

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Now she knew how to locate the second toy.

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Okay, so maybe she was more thrilled with her little scarf toys than with the pigs underneath but she still was reaping the benefits of this game tangentially – and having lots of fun in the process!

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