How sentimental your toddler or infant could be?

Their hands and feet are adorable little, they wear small clothes and their feelings are very big, from age 2-5 years old they develop emotions demanding a lot of attention, they are intense and they produce lots of tears and smiles.

Emotional development begins at birth but before of age 2 a child’s emotions are simple and reactive from their environment. It is know that young infants have tendency to cry when in their surrounding area heard another crying baby; is known as a contagious crying, and is just easily they get emotional and expressed their emotions with their parents’ feelings, depressed or excitement; toddlers reflect their parents emotions and expression faces. When a mother sings to her babies, they feel emotions and connections with her, singing plays an important role in early bonding with children, captures and maintain the infant’s contemplation, singing can be effective more often for infants with problems in social interactions. Singing can also be a tool to depressed mothers and capture the infant’s attention.

The strongest emotions could be singing to your infant or toddler; in my situation I sign to my 2 years old toddler and he get so emotional to tears, especially when I exchange the lyrics with my talking as a part of the melody. The highest tones match with the most concentrated parts and expressions on him.

Most adorable songs for toddlers and infants 

  • HUMPTY DUMPTY
  • ROW, ROW, ROW YOUR BOAT 
  • WHEELS ON THE BUS
  • GRAND OLD DUKE OF YORK 
  • TWINKLE, TWINKLE LITTLE STAR 
  • OLD MACDONALD HAD A FARM
  • INCY WINCY SPIDER (ITTY BITTY SPIDER) 
  • ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE
  • ZOOM, ZOOM, ZOOM
  • HEY DIDDLE, DIDDLE 

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