Baby Play | Clap hands

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Watch our Baby Play session at home 

Join the fun of our Baby Play session with your little one, in your own home.   

Here Nat is singing songs about body parts like Head and shoulders knees and toes and Open shut them.  She reads the board book Clap hands. 

Asking questions like, "Where are your eyes?” and “Where’s mummy’s nose?” is a great game to play with your baby and you can start to see how much they understand even though they may not be able to vocalise it yet. 

You can also turn these questions into simple games like peek-a-boo by hiding your eyes or tickling different body parts like feet and hands. 


Join us for Baby Play in your home

Looking for more ideas? 

Find more ideas for reading, singing and playing with your baby at First 5 Forever

Try these examples:  

Helen Oxenbury (1999). Clap Hands Board book (Brdbk edition). Little Simon 


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