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  • We develop the movement - the sixth month of the child's life

    Organize the playground. Put the baby on a hard surface, give a few toys for the game. If the toys are located at some distance, he will try to get them, which will activate the movements.

    Get a high chair with a table. If there is no table, push the chair to the table. Tie the toys to the handle of the chair, so they do not fall to the floor, and eventually the child learns to pull them up.

    Create conditions for the child to lie on his stomach, could carry the weight of the body on one hand. Give him a toy in his hand, and the other he will lean against the surface.

    Hang out large ringing toys over the crib so that the child can hit them or push them when kicking.

    Complex of exercises for the baby 5-6 months

    Hand extension . The child lies on his back, grabbing the thumbs of an adult's hands.

    Hold on to his brush, unbend and bend his hands alternately. Repeat 6-8 times.

    Lifting the legs . The child lies on his back.

    Grabbing his legs over the shin so that his thumbs grasp the gastrocnemius muscle, alternately raise your straightened legs to the right angle and lower them. Repeat 4-5 times with each foot.

    Go to sitting position ( with support for the legs). The child lies on his back,

    grasping the finger of an adult;With his free hand, an adult holds it by the hips.

    Holding the child's hand with your hand, encourage him to move to the sitting position and gently lower it back onto the table, avoiding head injuries. Repeat 3-4 times.

    Turn from back to belly ( with support for the legs). The child lies on his back.

    Having grasped his lower leg with one or both hands from the bottom, straighten his legs and slightly rotate them together with the pelvis to the right. Such movement will lead to a reflexive turn of the child from the back to the abdomen. Repeat the turn 1-2 times in each direction.

    Leaving the shoulders back . The child lies on his stomach.

    Grabbing him by the forearms, lift the upper part of his torso above the table, bending his arms and pulling his shoulders back until the blades come closer. Repeat 4-6 times.

    Alternating leg bending . The child lies on his back.

    Grab his legs from behind the lower leg with your index fingers. Alternately bend and unbend legs, imitating the movements of the cyclist. Repeat 6-8 times.

    Alternating arm bending to the shoulders . The child lies on his back.

    Grab the child's arms over the wrist joints. Alternately unbend and bend your arms to your shoulders. Repeat 8-10 times.

    Lowering of straight legs towards . The child lies on his back.

    Grab the child's shins so that the thumbs are on their back side and the rest on the front. Raise the child's straight legs up and lower them to the side on the table;again lift your legs up and lower them. Try not to bend the child's legs and he does not turn on his side. Repeat 3-4 times.

    Overriding . The child lies on his back with bent legs, leaning on the soles of the table.

    Grab his legs over the shin so that the index fingers rest on the front. Alternately slightly bend and unbend your legs, "stepping" on the table with small steps. Repeat 10-12 times.

    Crawl behind the toy . The child lies on his stomach.

    Putting a toy in front of him, encourage him to crawl and get it. It is possible to prop up the soles of the child's feet with his hand, thus stimulating crawling. Repeat 4-6 times.