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[Group picture]Growth & Development Milestones: 8-12 Months       Elite  ★★★
Growth & Development Milestones: 8-12 Months
Author:163ED   UpdateTime:2010-10-4 18:34:24

Growth & Development Milestones: 8-12 Months

Enjoys Imitating People in Play
Type of Milestone: Social

Practice with Baby: Play singsong games such as "head and shoulders, knees and toes." Go slowly at first so Baby has a chance to copy your movements.

Mama Must-Know: Your baby will imitate your other actions as well. If you want to create a no biting, pushing, or hitting household, then you should not spank your child. Spanking teaches her that the people who love her will hurt her.

Creeps on Hands and Knees
Type of Milestone: Physical

Practice with Baby: Create a miniature obstacle course using pillows, cushions, chairs, and boxes for Baby to crawl between and over. Join in the game to show her how to navigate it.

Mama Must-Know: Sometimes babies skip the creeping stage and immediately starts pulling up and cruising.

Puts Objects In and Out of Containers
Type of Milestone: Cognitive

Practice with Baby: Let your baby put tennis balls or toy cars in the cups of a muffin tin. She'll also love playing with shape-sorting toys.

Mama Must-Know: Baby's curiosity and problem solving work together. When she figures something out, she might repeat it many times in a row before she gets bored.

Shows Specific Preferences for Certain People and Toys
Type of Milestone: Social

Practice with Baby: Let your little one love on his favorite stuffed animal, toy, or blanket when he is going to bed or is upset. It will provide comfort and help his separation anxiety.

Mama Must-Know: These loveys are called transitional objects because they help children emotionally transition from dependence to independence. Using them is not a sign of weakness or insecurity.

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