Baby’s development during their first year

Through various kinds of stimuli in the child’s environment help to develop a complex network of nerve fibers in the corpus callosum.Corpus callosum connects the child’s right and left hemisphere, and then coordinates the information provided to the child through their senses. The child learns first to perceive stimuli through vision and then interpret what it sees. Therefore it is important to develop and enable the child to understand what it sees. In the little baby is the sense of touch is the most comprehensive. Research shows that young children are unable to take in stimuli that are not related to their mental development. This is the core notion driving the design concepts behind Little Minds.

Little Minds products help you as a parent to give your child some of the stimuli that your baby needs for its continued development. The products are designed so that your baby will be curious to find colors and shapes that it is able to take in and play with. 

Baby’s early development (2-6 months)

  • Understands simple shapes and surfaces
  • Perceives strong contrasts 
  • Begins to grasp and look for different body parts
  • Playing with her fingers
  • Can support the forearm
  • Can follow objects with her eyes
  • Can both communicate and listen to Mom
  • Detects patterns
  • Can imitate sounds and understand single words
  • Examines things with their mouths and fingers
  • Can hold large objects in their hands
  • Grips, palm
  • Playing with his toes


Baby’s late development 6-24 month

  • Detects the color and understand perspectives and more complex patterns
  • Can move an object from one hand to another
  • Crawls
  • Exploring the world
  • Rotate and flip objects as it looks at
  • Imitates sounds it hears and understands single words

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