Did you know there are more than 600 muscles in the body? These muscles help you move, lift things, pump blood through your body, and even help you breathe!
Children often run, jump and kick with ease. Children are generally flexible, but stretching is still important. In people of all ages, stretching prevents injuries, improves athletic performance and encourages a healthful lifestyle. Children can build on their natural flexibility, before they lose some of their suppleness during their teenage years.
This game develops upper arm strength, and your baby will absolutely adore it!
Sit on the floor facing your baby. Take one end of a long scarf and give the other end to your baby. Start gently pulling the scarf and show your baby how to pull it back
When he begins to pull hard, fall over. This is always hilarious to children
This game is excellent for muscle development and lots of fun to play!
Disclaimer: This presents an overview of child development. It is important to keep in mind that the time frames presented are averages and some children may achieve various developmental milestones earlier or later than the average but still be within the normal range of development. This information is presented to help parents understand, at a high level, what to expect from their child. Any questions/concerns you may have about your child’s development should be shared with your doctor.