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Why are babies so curious about stuff?
As your child explores, emptying and filling containers, they learn about cause and effect, spatial concepts, and gravity. Encourage this play with various objects to stimulate their motor skills and vocabulary.
My baby has many books but he likes to read only one over and over again. What might be the reason?
Dr Maria Montessori observed that childrens happiness lies in deep concentration and flow. Repetition aids learning complex information, making familiar books a vital part of your childs cognitive development. Embrace new perspectives and interests to nurture their growth.
Why is my baby putting almost everything in his mouth?
Babies mouthing objects is a normal oral sensory seeking behaviour. It helps them explore and learn about their environment efficiently. Most stop around 18 months, but it varies among children. Provide safe items for exploration and offer teething toys for comfort.