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Question: My son is 8 and a half months old till now he did not crawl. I am worried. What can i do to help him in crawling
Answer: The average age for crawling is 8 months, but many babies wait until later to crawl, or may skip this stage entirely. If your child has had no developmental problems up to this point (she sits without support, grabs objects with both hands, uses arms and legs equally, rolls over both ways, stands on legs if supported), you don't need to worry.To entice your child to crawl, put toys just out of her reach and see if she attempts to reach them. Her crawling style may be rough around the edges, but it doesn't matter as long as she gets around.Some infants forgo crawling and proceed directly to pulling themselves up to standing, cruising on furniture, walking with some help, and finally, walking on their own. Others get around just fine by rolling on the floor, bottom shuffling, or creeping.
Question: My baby has 8 months. They did not crawl. How to help him to crawl
Answer: Hello dear. Most babies learn to crawl between the ages of 7 months and 10 months. Each baby would be different and might opt for different type of movements like: scooting around on the bottom, using a hand behind and a foot in front to propel, slithering on stomach, or rolling across the room.
Few of the tips are
Give your baby plenty of tummy time, starting from birth.
Encourage your baby to reach for the toys he/she is interested in.
Make sure your baby has space to explore that is safe and supervised.
Place the palms of your hands behind your child's feet when he is on all force. Take care.
Question: my baby is five months old and he started rolling but not able to crawl how can I help him
Answer: Hi! Don’t worry as yet, usually babies crawl between 6 to 10 months of age. You can help by holding his arms and gently pulling him up. Try to keep his toys a little away so he tries to reach. My baby never crawled, she directly started walking when she turned 1 year old.