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during the first 24 months, the intellectual development of a child gradually enables him to do the following;
* to integrate sensory information
* to form associations and expectations so that he/she can learn to make sense of the world.
* to develop object permanence.
* to learn how to think in an abstract way and how to make deductions.
* to develop concept of time.
PUT A TOWEL OVER YOUR HEAD AND PLAY PEAK-A-BOO> if you have played this in the past, your baby will probably now anticipate that the woel will be taken away when he hears you say;"where's_____? now play peak-a boo but instaed of putting the towel on babies haed put it over your head. and repeat;"wheres mommy?". lead your babies hand to remove the towel and then say:"theres mommy".
this activity exposes your baby to a series of events that occur in sequence.