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  • We develop actions with subjects of the child of nine months

    Provide the child with toys with moving parts: keys, pedals, handles, various switches. It will produce actions that have a visible result.

    Boxes with covers can be opened and closed in search of a clattering toy inside.

    Garlands. Make garlands of different objects with holes threaded on the cord. Objects can be moved along a cord, knocked by them, superimposed on each other.

    Entertaining game. Tie toys of small size to a tape length of 1.5-2 m and lower into a bucket, then remove them one at a time, sipping at the end. When all the toys are outstretched, let the child look into the empty bucket and say: "No toys," while spreading his hands.

    The game "A wonderful ring". Large rings with a large hole thread on the

    eyes of the child on a stick. Then ask him to remove them. Point his pen to the ring. Accompany the child's actions with his exclamations. Teach him to perform purposeful actions, to understand the simplest types of correlation. Involve the child in joint play actions and in obtaining the expected result. Develop small motor skills.

    Collect the plates. In the eyes of the child, collect the plates in a pile, remove them one by one, fold them again. Offer the child one plate, he will turn it in his hands, put it from hand to hand, put it aside. Give him another, etc. Then ask the child to take the plate from the pile. He will take one at a time and scatter them. Then offer 1 -2 plates to be placed on top of the pile.

    Game with loose leaves. We introduce children's toys-caps, caps into the game. He captures one cap from above, removes and discovers under it another, etc. Thus, we teach the child to perform a series of successive actions, using the principle of autodidactism, implying the presence in the toy of properties that set the program of actions with it.

    The game "Do as I do." Play with the child in toys that you can use to interact - to roll a machine or ball to each other.

    In the kitchen. Allow the child to play in the kitchen when you are there. Give it to the pots of various sizes with lids. Tap a spoon on the bottom, cover the lid, show that the pans are different in size, and help to properly pick up the lid to them.

    Give the baby to shift the dishes from plastic or wooden. Let the child invest and take out objects, get acquainted with the properties of empty and filled space, develops the sense of touch.