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Enhancing Infant Development: The Benefits of Woolen Ball Play in Crossing Midline

Woolen ball play is a stimulating activity that aids infants in crossing midline, crucial for their cognitive and motor development. As infants reach for the ball, they engage both hemispheres of the brain, strengthening neural connections. This bilateral movement fosters coordination, spatial awareness, and dexterity. By encouraging infants to track the ball's movement across their body, it promotes the integration of sensory information, enhancing their ability to perform tasks that require crossing the midline, such as reaching, grasping, and crawling. Through enjoyable play experiences, woolen ball activities lay the foundation for essential developmental milestones in infants.

Chaya Nisarga offers Sparsha (crochet woollen balls) these are hand made by women self help groups and are available in multi colours.

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