Developing cause and effect is important as your baby learns that his behavior and actions result in a response. This helps your child to develop early communication and cognition skills, which are necessary to understand the cause and effect
The developing understanding that one event brings about another. At around eight months of age, children perform simple actions to make things happen, notice the relationships between events, and notice the effects of others on the immediate environment.
Continue your discussion by talking about how events are connected to each other and that the cause is the thing that makes something happen, while the effect is the thing that happens (the reaction). Ask your child to provide you with an example of a cause and effect.
Example: Fire cause burn, Cloud cause rain