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Playing & Learning Baby

Playtime is an important part of your baby’s healthy development. It’s also a wonderful way to learn to communicate and bond with your baby.

Playing With Your Baby

Even before he can crawl, your baby can play! Playtime is an integral part of your baby’s development, helping him grow physically, socially and emotionally.


Playing With Your Toddler

You may find that as your baby grows into a toddler, he has a lot more energy! Playtime is a great way to help him channel this energy and learn to interact with others both big and small.

How Babies Learn to Walk

Soon your baby will start cruising around and learning to walk. Know how to help your baby get up and moving.


Tips for Everyday Learning

The more you share your love of learning, the more excited your child will be to learn too.


Introducing Baby to the Outdoors

Nature is the perfect playground for your baby, with so many things to touch and see, but it does have its dangers. Learn how to protect your baby while playing outside.


Outdoors With Your Baby

As a new mom, you may be unsure of what you can safely do with your baby outdoors. We offer suggestions for different stages during your baby’s first year.

Traveling With Your Baby

A new baby doesn’t mean you have to stay at home. Learn tips to help your family get out and explore new places.

The Power of Play

Playtime is kids’ way of exploring the world. It cultivates their mental, physical and social skills!

Heat Rash in Children

Active kids are prone to rashes of all sorts especially in this hot, humid temperature. Find out how Johnson’s Powder can help kids with heat rash!

Cornstarch Baby Powder

Sweat can sometimes lead to skin irritations in kids. Find out how Cornstarch helps absorb moisture without causing dryness or irritation!

Moms around the world trust JOHNSON’S® to care for their babies

We are committed to working with moms, healthcare experts and scientists to ensure our products continue achieving the highest JOHNSON’S® baby standards.

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