9-12 Months Milestone Mastery
Basic To Pro
Basic To Pro
Between 9 to 12 months, your baby will feel safer in the different sitting postures, in transitions from sitting to crawling and from crawling to sitting. Your baby’s confidence will allow them to sit in various postures in different places, later leading them to sit on their knees, to stable standing and to taking their first steps of walking. In this this video your baby will sit on a surface that will require them to activate their balancing system, and stabilize and straighten their body to the center. Your baby will learn how they can move their body independently, to attain balance. They will establish a connection between eye contact with an object, and make the necessary body movements to reach the object without losing their balance…
Now your baby is beginning to trust their ability to move independently and shift from position to position. Over time they gain self confidence in their motor abilities and later will be ready to transition to standing up, and then back to sitting or walking independently and carefree. It’s important for your baby to know how to transition from position to position, and to always be prepared to lose their balance. In this video you will set your baby off balance with the use of your head while seated. First, let’s try to motivate your baby to block their fall with their hands and then transfer to the hands-and-knees position. From there, they will lay on the floor and then go back to sitting via their side or by standing on all fours…
Around 9 to 12 months, your baby begins to understand that their feet and legs possess the ability for movement and moving upwards. Your baby must continue to use their legs and their abilities in a variety of activities that will eventually lead them to stand independently, move around while standing, and walking. In this video your baby will learn that if they push their feet against a surface, they will be able to transition to standing. In this tutorial you will play with your baby and teach them how to bend and straighten their legs while pushing their feet against the wall, and eventually the floor to achieve standing…
Your baby is now learning how to balance themselves on narrow surfaces, which will lead them to: stand up on both feet, shift weight from one leg to the other, take their first steps forward, walk, and later on, run. This is an in-between stage after sitting and before standing, where your baby understands they have the ability to transition between sitting and standing and vice-versa independently. In this video you will play a game with your baby near a small stool, which will help teach your baby how to kneel. Kneeling is the posture next in line after sitting and before standing. Your baby will feel and learn how to stand and lean on their knees, and will understand there is another way to play and move around…
Your baby is learning to be independent, and to move their body to several different positions, most importantly, to standing. The motions that make up these transitions are skills that will lead them to be able to properly walk, and balance while standing and walking in the future. This also helps when your baby bumps into something. And at later stages, climb, jump, and be able to engage in activities that require movement. In this video you will guide your baby and boost their ability to move from standing to sitting in several different ways for several different purposes. For example: they can transition through bending to the side and forward to independently pick up a toy they dropped, or to return to sitting or crawling on the floor…
Around 9 to 12 months your baby begins to climb on you, and stand up at every given moment. However, they may not quite know how to return to sitting. This is why you need to teach your baby to complete this transition on their own. You will start with an activity where your baby is passive, which will later lead them to actively transition to sitting, without fear or falling. This may prevent your baby from trying to stand and sit independently with the help of people or objects. Each movement in this experience is shared with you, which helps build your baby’s confidence. In this video your baby will learn to transfer from standing to sitting independently through organized movement and by enlisting their balance system…
Around 9 to 12 months, your baby becomes aware of their abilities to transition from standing to sitting, and to move their body from side to side. They will now continue to develop their balancing system while standing, which will be highly beneficial to your baby’s walking, standing on one foot, jumping and climbing as they develop. The confidence that your baby acquires at this stage is very significant for the rest of their developmental stages, as this is the first time they stand on both feet, when the surface on which they balance themselves is relatively smaller to the surface they were used to while laying down or sitting. In this video we would like your baby to build confidence in shifting weight from foot to foot, to build up to their next independent movement: their first steps…
Around 9 to 12 months, your baby discovers their ability to detach from the floor and transfer to standing while leaning on an object or on you. Often, your baby might get “stuck” standing due to their lack of confidence to return to the floor and back to crawling. Crawling is essential to your baby’s posture. It also activates their balance system in an organized fashion, for independent standing and walking in future developmental milestones. In this video you will teach your baby to build confidence in their movement by crawling through a narrow passage, and in their ability to transfer from sitting to standing and vice versa. We will practice this so your baby completes the action on their own, with you present only to give them encouragement and support…
This video provide parents with guidance in dealing with the transition from baby to toddler, and continue with creating a base for his independence, motoric, cognitive, social and emotional terms. Through these videos you will attain practical tools that will allow you to practice different activities with your baby, which focus on independent movement in space, problem solving and coping with new obstacles. Your baby will develop a sense of spatial orientation along with improving his walking, and developing attention and concentration.
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Hi, I’m Anat Furstenberg, and I want to personally welcome you and your beautiful baby to BabyPillars. About fifteen years ago, I started my professional journey in the parenting world and along the way I have helped thousands of parents and families transform struggles and pains into happiness and smiles. I’m helping thousands of parents each month raise healthier and happier babies. Professional, tried and tested fun activities personalized to your baby's age and needs.