Your Baby Is Likely To Jump In One Place

Your Baby Is Likely To Jump In One Place
Gross Motor
Muscle Strength

Your little one will be jumping with both feet. He finds jumping more challenging than running as it needs more coordination.

What you need to know

At this point,  getting both feet to leave the ground suddenly is uneasy for your child. You can help by holding his hands and letting him bounce on a bed or a low trampoline. With practice and your encouragement, you will soon see him enjoying jumping. Make it fun as your child learns to jump. Sing along nursery rhymes like “Five little monkeys jumping on the bed”. Clear some space at home and let him work on his large motor skills like dancing, jumping etc. Involve his friends too. Seeing them jumping, he may join in.