Woman: Clapping the circle nesting cup. Clap, clap, clap. Yeah. And you have the...rectangle mirror with the birdies. Ooh, where's where did their happy face go? Uh-oh. You put them in the pot. Circle pot. Now what? Ooh. Does it turn? Now what? Ooh! Two? You have two circle nesting cups, Melody. Purple and yellow. [ Gasps ]
Do you have two? Circle dots. And stripes. And there's circle dots, like on your shirt. Yeah. She has circle dots. Polka dots. And Emily has stripes. Pink stripes. Ooh, are you gonna play the drums on the pot? You like that blue pot? Ooh. Where are your feet? Where did your feet go, Madison? Lookit. Where are your feet? Did you hide them inside the pot? Ooh.
[ Gasps ] Ooh! And push -- pushed it away. There you go. Good job.
Madison: [ Exclaims ]
Woman: Yeah? Yeah! Pretty cool. Good job playing the drums. It makes pretty music. Pretty music. Ooh. What side would you like? The big circle? No? Which side? Ooh. The small circles? Is that...green and orange circles? Push it. Oh. Go, Melody! Are you making music with Maddy? Good job.Close
In this video, the infant on the blue pillow mouths and shakes the yellow cup, looks down and picks up a larger purple cup, and then stares at both cups. This behavior reflects Goal IT-C 8 for children birth to 9 months, who attend to quantity by reaching or looking for more than one object.