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How To Help Your Baby Crawl? - Know Signs Infant Is Ready To Crawl

Aparna Jha
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Created by Aparna Jha
Updated on Oct 09, 2018

How To Help Your Baby Crawl Know Signs Infant Is Ready To Crawl

When asked about the most beautiful feeling while parenting, you will obviously agree on the day your toddler learns to crawl. When your baby crawls, you feel joyful and delighted all at once; one is elated to witness their first moves. Most parents have a common question; how to encourage baby to crawl? You can always support them during this phase, and assist them while exploring their first achievement of motion.

Signs That Baby Is Ready To Crawl

When babies no longer rely on support to sit, they are liable to start crawling. The average baby crawling age is between 6 to 10 months. During this phase the muscles of legs and arms strongly develop to prevent falling action and facilitate movement through their knees. However, some infants do not crawl and are likely to directly walk instead, at the right age. Know more: Why Is Crawling Good For Baby?

 

Tips to Encourage Baby Crawling

Following are a few baby crawling tips which help in encouraging when babies start crawling.Read here 

  1. Appropriate Tummy time

    When not sleeping, give your little one sufficient tummy time. Placing them on their tummy and playing with them regularly, strengthens their muscles that are required during crawling. This is one of the best exercises to help baby crawl; it enables them to raise their heads against the ground as well as it gently allows them to move their limbs
  2. Toys to help baby crawl

    Entice your minor by placing his favourite toy and motivate him to catch hold of it. Undoubtedly, he will be inspired to move back and forth to move and get the toy. There are diverse baby crawling toys available in market to aid them. Such as, cylindrical rollers placed under his tummy to help him explore movement
  3. Childproof house

    When baby start crawling, their safety needs to be taken into consideration to get rid of any unfavourable circumstance. Take out time and supervise strongly so as to eliminate any object that can act as a potential hazard and dangerous for the kid
  4. Placing mirror

    The most sublime tips to help baby learn to crawl is by utilizing mirror in such a way that the offspring is able to see his reflection on it. In an attempt to have a better glimpse, the baby is motivated to crawl and is drawn towards it
  5. Extra floor time

    Cut down the time your toddler spends on walkers and bouncers and let him develop the necessary crawling skills by giving him more time on floor. Babies are motivated and expected to crawl faster, if their siblings or parents crawl along with them

We understand your concern about how to teach child to crawl and you are extremely curious to witness it, but do not force your child to crawl if he seems annoyed, frustrated or starts crying. You need to deal the situation with persistence, always remember “patience is the key”. Acknowledge their limits and with the essence of love you can make it happen.

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| Oct 09, 2018

this is very useful

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| May 16, 2018

Absolutely Pehu!

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| May 16, 2018

patience is the key.. they definitely would begin to crawl and finally walk ,when they are ready to do so..

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| May 13, 2018

Hi neelam chaudhary , I am glad that you found the blog helpful!

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| May 13, 2018

thanks for the information

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| May 11, 2018

Hi Zara, I am glad that you found the blog helpful!

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| May 11, 2018

amazing write up with handy tips...

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| May 10, 2018

hivoï ÷)*=_(_¥¤¤

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