Tag: 4 months
With every advancement in fine-motor skills, a child becomes increasingly independent. What fine-motor skills will your child develop in the first six months?
Your little one’s strength and cognitive development have made impressive gains over the first three months. Now, gross-motor milestones are getting more complex, preparing your little one for crawling and getting into a sitting position independently.
A child’s social-emotional development creates the context in which they develop and exercise all of their other abilities. Discover four critical social-emotional milestones for you to watch for during months four to six.
Study after study shows that sleep is crucial to infant cognitive development, including memory, language, and overall executive function. How can you make sure your baby is getting enough?
Encourage your infant’s cognitive and physical development with our curated list of toys and books for ages 0-6 months.
As a parent or caregiver, there are simple ways you can help your child strengthen small eye and hand muscles and improve dexterity. Check out six everyday things you can do to improve your infant’s fine-motor skills.
Understand your 4-month-old's development with ParentPal's Milestone Guide. Learn which milestones to look for and how you can support your child's healthy development.
Foster muscle development, gross-motor and pre-crawling skills with these five 5-minute tummy time activities.