Tag Archives for " gross motor skills "

What should my Baby learn in the first 3 months of life?

  • July 22, 2018

The big day came, and you are finally bringing home a precious bundle, your beautiful newborn baby.You have high expectations of yourself.You want to be a great mommy. You also have great dreams for

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Teaching Your Baby to walk and explore

  • April 26, 2018

Your baby has been walking around the house for a while and now you are eager to take him for a walk outside.You want to show him the wonders of the beautiful world we live in. Walking outside will be

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The ultimate guide to choosing the right shoes for your baby

  • January 22, 2018

Your baby is pulling to stand constantly: in the crib, at the couch, at the coffee table and holding onto your legs. She prefers playing in standing leaning against the couch.You notice that sometimes

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How to choose the best stroller and stay within your budget

  • December 7, 2017

This is a tough question.There are so many great strollers and several great reviews - How should you choose? It is easy to get lost. Is a stroller a mothers tool or a baby accessory? Is it both?Is a

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Teaching kids with cerebral palsy walking

  • October 2, 2017

My success rate teaching kids to walk significantly improved when I changed my goal setting method. Instead of step by step goals, I now have one goal: walking.This allows me to focus mostly on activating

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Baby’s first big milestone: Head control

  • September 15, 2017

Head control is essential because all of the following motor milestones depend on it.Your baby can not roll, sit, crawl or stand without head control. Babies who have difficulties with head control will

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What is your child’s gross motor personality?

  • August 13, 2017

What is personality?  “It is a set of individual differences that are affected by the development of an individual: values, attitudes, personal memories, social relationships, habits, and skills.”

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