At this age, the average infant has an awareness of their environment: noises, music, people, etc. Their brain is developing at an extremely fast rate, taking in and processing massive amounts of information. Children at this age first learn how to roll from the back to tummy and begin pushing their chest from the ground (4 -6 months), try to crawl (7 -9 months), and enter the pre-walking phase (10- 12 months). Alongside these developmental milestones, infants attempt fine motor movements such as reaching and grasping for objects, waving and clapping.
• Group activities introduce children to each other and adults.
• Activities set to music introduce rhythm, body awareness, language, and number concepts.
• Parent/child exercises promote core body strength (torso, arms, legs) and prepare children for crawling and walking.
• Modified, developmentally appropriate gymnastics activities develop strength, body and spatial awareness and balance.
• Ball and bubble activities facilitate hand eye coordination.
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