These game ideas can work well for your newborn up until she's around 6 months old:
How can I make my baby more interactive?
What games can I play with my 8 month old baby?
Things to do with an 8-month-old baby
What games can I play with my 6 month old?
Babies at this age grow rapidly, and there are lots of activities and games that can help them develop quickly and have fun at the same time. Some great games and activities for 6-month-old babies include peekaboo, kicking, tummy time, making bubbles, singing, clapping, reading a book, flying, and doing sit-ups. via
What games can you play with a 3 month old baby?
Here are some ideas:
What games should I play with my 3 month old?
Here are some ideas of learning activities for 3 month old babies:
How do you play with a 0 3 month old baby?
How can I tell if my baby is intelligent?
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What age do babies initiate peekaboo?
When to expect it: Object permanence develops in babies as early as 4 to 5 months of age, but babies of all ages love playing peekaboo, from newborns to toddlers. via
How do I keep my 9 month old entertained?
How do I keep my 7 month old entertained?
Encourage movement by placing toys around baby where they must move to reach them. Helps baby learn to crawl. Sitting Up to Play: Since baby can sit independently, sit on the floor and roll a ball to baby. Encourage them to roll it back using both hands so they can't use them for support. via
Should my 8 month old be crawling?
Most babies start to crawl between 6 and 12 months. But there is a wide range of what's “normal” when it comes to reaching developmental milestones—just because your daughter hasn't crawled by 8 months doesn't mean that there is something wrong with her. In fact, some babies never crawl at all. via
How do you entertain a 6 month old baby? (video)
Can a 6 month old baby watch TV?
Pediatricians generally recommend keeping children under 18 months from viewing screens. Even after that age, parents should always accompany children with TV watching and ensure they don't get too much screen time. From delaying language development to causing less sleep at night, TV can certainly do some harm. via