1. Tie several colorful scarves together. Insert one end into a cardboard tube and let him pull them out. See if he's able to stuff them back inside.
2. Place three toys in a box. Name one, and ask him to give it to you. If he gets it wrong, name the toy he gave you. If he gets it right, say, "Yes, that's a...."
4.Give his teddy bear an occasional sip when your baby is learning to use a cup. This is a forerunner of later imaginative play.
5. Play back-and-forth games: He'll hand an object to you, and then you hand it back to him, and so on.
6. Turn toys upside down and put them in front of him. Encourage him to turn the toys right side up. He's learning the difference.
7.Put some of his toys in a plastic see-through box. Let him try to take the cover off himself. If he has trouble, help him.