World Sponge Month on November, 2022: what in the world is sponge bob?
November, 2022 is World Sponge Month 2022.
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SpongeBob Squarepants is a popular animated series about a yellow sea sponge named SpongeBob and his friends Patrick Star, Sandy Cheeks, Squidward Tentacles and Mr. Krabs. The show is about his life. A lot of people don't like it, but I'm 21 and still like it after all these years.
Any educational games for a 15 month old?
Yes, I just mentioned this in my previous answer, but here you go:
1. A ball with the letters of the alphabet.
2. Board books.
3. A map of the united states (or the world).
We had a laminated placemat with a us map on it. She learned to identify and say all the states by 16 months.
Our daughter also learned to say and identify all the letters of the alphabet by looking at the letters on the ball.
You or the parents might be against tv, but our daughter learned to count to 10 in spanish by 20 months. One day she was eating her dinner, and started counting her grapes in Spanish. (my husband speaks spanish, but we don't speak spanish to her...she learned it from watching Dora the Explorer).
Noggin and Nick Jr. have so many great shows that really do teach so much to kids.
is it okay for my 3 month old to enjoy playtime alone?
It is not only OK - it's great! At three months, your baby is like a sponge, soaking up all the wonders of life we hardly notice as adults. While all babies do this to some degree, an early ability to *soak up the environment* for long periods is often indicative of above average intelligence.
It is important that while not physically interacting with toys, that you regularly talk to baby. It's a proven fact that babies acquire understanding of language long before they can talk. Your first baby needs your speech more than ever for development as there are no siblings around. They recognize mother's voice as special, learn sounds from it, and soon will even know the word "bottle". So talk to baby all the time!
All the best to you and your baby.