Developmental Stages for Baby: 6-8 months



Corwin Sutherin, Pediatric Occupational Therapist practicing at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho, demonstrates the normal range of developmental milestones for infants ages 6-8 months old, which include gross motor skills such as, balance, reaching, grabbing, playing with toys, rolling, and sitting upright. At this age, babies should be getting ready to crawl as they progress with their motor skills.

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