The hand shadow game is simple. Parents often play hand-shadow games with their baby, which can inspire the baby’s associative thinking ability, promote the development of the baby’s brain, and exercise the baby’s hands-on ability.

For 0-1 year-old babies, hand-shadow games can make them feel the magic of light and shadow changes: when mom and dad’s fingers move, the shadows on the wall or the ground will follow.

For 2-3 year-old children, they can distinguish and create images through the shadow of their hands, and they can make a lot of animals with hands, which is absolutely fun for them. Moreover, different shapes can exercise children’s different finger movements, which is of great help to the development of children’s fine motor movements.