Babies <1.5 Years


      Crawling is considered the first form of independent movement. It helps develop and enhance our vestibular / balance system,  sensory system,  cognition, problem solving skills, and coordination.  They learn how to hold up their heads and shoulders, supporting themselves with their elbows. 

      This strength  and muscle control  is  essential  for  crawling,   but babies don’t just stop there. As infants becomes stronger, they may try some of these moves: doing the “plank” (balancing on arms and feet, or on hands and knees)  

Activities Involved

Close up portrait of lovely newborn baby with big brown eyes that crawling in camera direction with curious and excited face expression