Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Infant Interactions




As the infants are growing and changing, so are their interactions with each other. At first, they interacted through eye contact and touching hands. Now, Cohort 10 is rolling and moving all over the room which has changed the way they interact. When a baby notices another baby near them, they change their position by rolling, turning, or crawling over to get closer and see what their friend is up to.


Cohort 10 has also started using their voices more and experimenting with the sounds that they can make. Sometimes they will have conversations, going back and forth making different sounds. They have also started smiling and laughing much more and are always excited to see their friends arrive at school each day!


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