Some quality games of peek-a-boo and, later, hide-and-seek are more than just cute moments stolen with your baby. Hiding games have some cognitive benefits you might not have known about.

From peek-a-boo to hide-and-seek, children learn about object permanence—people and objects still exist, even if you can’t see, touch or hear them. And those momentary separations followed by happy reunions are good for even the most independent toddler.

Both games are a great exercise for your toddler in communication through social interaction..

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