Gross Motor Development for 9 – 12 monthsGross Motor Development for 9 – 12 months https://lifesteps.net/wp-content/uploads/boy-1916204_1920-1024x709.jpg 1024 709 Lifesteps Lifesteps https://lifesteps.net/wp-content/uploads/boy-1916204_1920-1024x709.jpg
Parents enjoy watching their infant crawl, pull up to stand and stand on their own. Encouraging and building your baby’s strength and coordination with gross motor activities is very beneficial.
- Make an obstacle course by spreading blankets and pillows on the floor. Sit across from your baby clapping and singing silly songs. Do what your baby likes and what gets them crawling and moving toward you.
- Place a fun, interesting and brightly colored toy on an overturned laundry basket. Moving the toy around will encourage your infant to pull up on her/his knees to play with the toy.
Giving your baby open safe areas and many chances to practice moving is always important.
Lifesteps Child Check Program provides FREE Developmental & Autism Screenings for children birth to 5 years. A screening is a brief assessment using games and activities to determine a child’s current level of development. If you have concerns your child is not meeting developmental milestones, contact Child Check today to schedule a FREE Screening.
- Posted In:
- Child Check