How to help a baby reach and master her physical development?
03:33 | 01/12/2013


My 6-month-old baby is not sitting yet, while other babies in her playgroup are. Should I be worried? And how can I help her reach and master her physical development?

How wonderful that you’re thinking about helping your child reaches her developmental goal. Regarding baby’s milestones, at 6 months old, most babies are able to roll over in both directions (front to back, back to front), support weight on legs and might bounce, rock back and forth (sometimes crawling backward before moving forward), and begin to sit without support. And it is important to note that there is a wide range of what’s “normal” when it comes to reaching developmental milestones, and if your baby has already achieved other physical developmental milestones for her age, she is probably doing fine. However, if you want to help your baby master her physical development, you can join our Gymboree programs/classes designed to provide the best developmental support and high-quality standard learning equipment for your child’s development, and after classes, Gymboree also make some suggestions to you for at-home activities. Your support and great learning environment definitely enhance your daughter’s development.

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