As we all know all children do not develop at the same speed, some go slow while others learn very fast, regardless of whether you always have activities that can help your child, we also have to allow them time to learn and develop.
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There are different stages in childhood development, in this post, I will list the different activities your child should be doing before the 4 months of life, take notes.
KEEP IN MIND YOUR BABY GRADUALLY WILL START DOING THIS ACTIVITIES PROGRESSIVELY ON HIS OWN TIME, HE/SHE SHOULD BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE THE MAJORITY OF THIS ACTIVITIES BY THE END OF 4 MONTHS.
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Your baby should be doing throaty or gurgling sounds.
Your baby should be doing cooing sounds such as ooo, gah, and aah.
Your baby should be chuckling.
Your baby should be able to make sounds back to you as he/she is having a conversation.
Your baby should smile back to you.
Your baby gets excited when he/she sees you.
GROSS MOTOR SKILLS.
Your baby should be able to turn the head sideways or hold his head up for a few seconds when laying on his tummy.
While laying on his back your baby should be able to move head side to side, kick his legs, waving his arms, wiggle and squirm.
FINE MOTOR SKILLS.
Your baby should be able to grasp your finger if you touch his hand.
Touch his face with his hands.
Keep the hands open while awake rather than in a fist, as they were when he was a newborn.
Your baby should be able to hold a Toy on his hands for a few seconds. Your baby grab or his clothes.
Other skills that your baby should achieve at this developmental age include:
Look objects/toys located 8 to 10 inches away from his face.
Follow you when you move around with his eyes.
Move his head up or down, side to side following objects with his eyes.
AND ON PERSONAL SKILLS.
Your baby smiles at you when you smile at him.
Watch his hands.
Recognize that he is about to be feed when he sees the breast or bottle
So these are the most important activities that your baby should be doing at the end of the 4 to 6 months, it is important to give your baby the time to gradually develop, however, is also important the training from parents or caregivers to the child, remember diseases such as Autism cannot be diagnosed in the womb, so if your baby does not do any of these activities at the end of the four months you should check with the doctor.
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