What should my baby be able to do? Month 6
(These are general abilities you should expect to see, but these lists are not comprehensive)
How to engage with your 6 month old baby:
-Read to your baby while he/she is in supported sitting -Play Patty-Cake, This Little Piggy, Hand/shoulders with your baby in tummy time and seated positions -Let your baby explore toys with various sizes, colors, textures and shapes.
What are the typical 6 month milestones for your infant?
- Your baby should be able to push up with their arms extended - He or she should roll from their back to their tummy - They should grasp an object with one hand, but at the same time, be able to explore it with the other hand - Your baby should have the capacity to bring their feet to their mouth with ease - They can turn their head in all directions - They can hold his/her bottle - They should adjust their body to see an object
If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s gross motor development, please call 253.237.3405 for an evaluation