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Birth - 12 months
Your child will grow and learn more in their first 12 months than at any other time of their life. This is a period where they begin to make connections to the world around them and to their emotions. Physical developments can include laughing out loud and assisted walking. From four months on babies sleep less during the day and the majority of babies will start to sleep through the night by 6–8 months.
Some weeks you may see amazing changes and some weeks none. Don’t worry; you’ll no doubt soon see progress again. Remember that if your child has additional needs, they may take longer to achieve certain milestones.
your child's learning
You play a crucial role in your baby’s learning by developing a loving and secure relationship with them, encouraging them to use all their skills to explore the world around them and by encouraging their curiosity.
You can support your baby’s learning by:
Play, an important way for young children to learn, begins at birth. Playing together is one of the best things you can do with your baby. Through play, babies learn about themselves and their place in the world, develop and practise social and language skills, expand their physical skills and think creatively.
Here are some suggestions for ways you can play with your baby: