Ever since your baby is born he doesn’t stop learning and exploring the world around him, starting with the smell of his parents, the voices of those interacting with him and slowly exploring how to walk, communicate, show passion and fix problems.
Although your baby is small but he is constantly observing everything around him and taking as much information as possible.
Your little baby’s brain is constantly working yet you need to provide further stimulations in order to improve your baby’s learning abilities and concentrating abilities, nursery rhymes is such an interesting way to provide stimulation to your baby’s brain by teaching, entertaining and engaging. Let us take a look below at the amazing ways nursery rhymes can improve your baby’s sensory movement.
– Nursery Rhymes Helps To Improve Your Baby’s Memory.
By repeating the same rhyme over and over to your baby you are helping his memory to register the tone and lyrics of the rhyme making it easier for him to start speaking on the right age, it also teach the right grammar, although you may think it is too early to start teaching grammar, nursery rhymes do it in such a simple and fun way that will sure helps your baby speaks the language correctly in the future.
– You Learned The Same Rhymes Too.
If you notice, the same rhymes you are introducing your baby to are the same rhymes that were around in your childhood and in your parents and grandparents childhood, it seems like a tradition that doesn’t die somehow and needs to be passed from generation to generation to strengthen the same culture you have in your baby.
– Nursery Rhymes Sharpen Your Baby’s Skills.
Nursery rhymes sharpen your baby’s skills in many ways as well as giving you an idea about what he like and what he doesn’t , when you baby is under one year old you can keep the same set of rhymes playing while he is watching without disturbance, soon after you will start noticing your baby interacting and showing more interest in ones more than the others.
When your baby is a toddler it is the time your baby is getting ready to learn speaking and communicating with others, playing the same rhymes is of benefit because he already somehow familiar with them and will be easier for him to catch the words, colors and shapes from those same rhymes, at that time you can start talking to your baby while he is watching the rhymes explain what is going on, the name of the animals, colors, objects or shapes in the rhyme, sing the same rhymes for your baby often when you are feeding, playing or even putting him to sleep. That will make him associate the rhymes with the words you say to explain them which will help him to recognize things in a better way and register words easier in his memory.
– Nursery Rhymes Stimulate Your Child’s Curiosity .
Another way nursery rhymes can help improving your baby’s sensory movements is by arising his sense of curiosity to explore and learn what is around him, like if one of the nursery rhymes have a cat, you will find your child excited to see any cat and treating it the same way as in the rhyme, also dancing and moving the same way with your baby as the characters in the rhyme will help him to explore more his vague bodily movements.