Teaching Resource

Being Careful with a New Baby Poster

Free on Plus | 1 page|Grades: F - 2

A poster explaining to students how to behave around a new baby.

Information includes:

Remember, babies are very fragile, so you have to be very gentle when you are holding or touching them.

* Babies heads are very soft, so only touch their heads very lightly.

* Shhhhh… don’t be too noisy around the baby.
* Always support the baby’s head when you are holding them.
* Don’t pull on their arms or legs.
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I thought this was a lovely poster to give to the siblings upon the arrival of a new member of the family to make them feel important.

Marie Arntzen · Aug 4th, 2014

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