Cultivate your baby’s mobility 4 steps
From 6 months, the baby has a great ability: sitting, gradually, from sitting, crawling, standing, walking.
All levels of mobility are telling parents: “I’m growing up!
“In this process, parents also play an important role, let’s learn how to be the first teacher of the baby’s mobility.
Baby Action Song-Sitting (5?
8 months) Generally, a 6-month-old baby will sit. After going through various stages such as front support, side support, back support, and being able to turn after sitting straight, the baby can change angles about 8 monthsSee the world.
● 5 or 6 months: Before the baby learns to sit, he has the ability to turn over. About 5 or 6 months, the baby will turn from turning to sitting.
However, the posture is not very standard at first, often sitting accidentally and then falling down.
Parents can sit for a while if they put their baby in a sitting position with cushions on their backs, or if they use their hands to rest on the body.
● 7 months: Babies usually develop characteristics of sitting and having the ability to sit around 7 months.
And when the baby is sitting, the vision can be lying or lying down.
For babies, being able to sit is a great thing.
● 8 and 9 months: As the age of the month increases, the muscles become more and more powerful, the body control has greatly improved, and the baby’s sitting posture has become more and more stable.
Normally, when you are 8 or 9 months old, you can sit on your own without holding or holding the back of the chair.
Baby Action II-Climbing (7?
9 months) The crawling process is gradual. At the beginning, the baby usually has uncoordinated hands and feet, spinning in place or crawling back and forth; or there is a stance of forward movement, that is, the stomach is on the ground, and the hands are trying to move forwardappearance.
Only after the muscle strength of the hands and feet is sufficient and the concept of advancement is mastered, will the baby become a belly off the ground and crawl with hands and feet.
Therefore, the crawling process is gradual. Parents can cooperate with his physical development to encourage the baby to crawl more, but if the baby’s ability cannot reach or do not want to crawl, the parents should not deliberately force.
● 7 months: The baby crawls backwards, which is called “back crawling”.
● 8 months: I started crawling with the belly touching the ground. I still could n’t use my feet, and then I used both hands and feet.
● 9 months: I have been able to climb kneeling skillfully, and the crawling speed is fast.
Baby Action Trilogy-Stand (8?
(11 months) The baby’s range of motion has always been wider than before walking. When the baby is able to point, it means that the hand muscles, waist strength, and leg strength are well controlled.
At the beginning, it may seem a little shaky, and the standing time will not be too long, especially the introverted baby will worry about falling down and not dare to learn standing.
Some more active babies may soon fall in love with the first-level feeling, as long as they have the holding tools, they will immediately stand up.
This stage is a mix of sitting, crawling, and standing. The ability to stand can make the baby’s range of motion even further.
● 8 months: Babies will like to step on legs, and then want to learn to stand with the support of adults.
10 months: The baby will work hard to make the body visible, and can stand up by holding or holding things.
● 11 months: You can do it on your own and do not need it.
Baby Action Quadripartite-Walk (11?
15 months) From basic to walking, the baby’s action has improved greatly. In addition to the requirement for leg muscles to mature, the baby must also have a good balance.
At first, the baby will first try to hold things and walk, and may only move one or two steps left and right, and then continue to try to hold the table or sofa towards a certain goal after being skilled at controlling the feet.
The pace of walking is different. Each baby has a different personality and the pace of walking is not the same. Babies who are brave enough to try and are not afraid of falling may soon take the risk of letting go, not holding things, between two items.Move, for example, from a sofa to a table three steps away.