Up Above The Sky So High

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By Lorelli Mojica

Often babies can notice cause and effect through their own actions. Feed a baby’s natural curiosity and invite them to explore tasty rainbow marks or listen to jingling feet with our ‘Up Above The Sky So High’ themed activities.

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Activities in this article:

  1. Jingle Stars
  2. Rainbow Print
  3. Zoom Zoom
  4. Reach for the Stars
  5. Going to the Stars
  6. Roly Poly Little Star
  7. Mummy is a star

Jingle Star

Exploring simple instruments will help a baby’s mind and body work together. Encourage the baby to move their hands, bounce and kick in response to what they hear as their own actions produce the calming sound of bells.

What you need:

Baby socks, large jingle bells.

What to do:

Place a large jingle bell in each of the baby’s socks. Help the baby kick their legs and explore the noises they make each time. While being close to the baby, sing the nursery rhyme:

Star light, star bright,
The first star I see tonight;
I wish I may, I wish I might,
Have the wish I wish tonight.

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