Your Child Can Balance On One Foot Now

Your Child Can Balance On One Foot Now
Gross Motor
Muscle Strength

At this stage, your child will be physically confident and proud of his achievements. Your sweetie pie is 5 years old, and now he might be confident at climbing, sliding, swinging and dancing and gets a lot of enjoyment out of being active. But he might still misjudge the extent of his abilities and so accidents are common at this age and try not to panic. 

What you need to know

At this point, you will notice that your little one might balance on one foot for a short time. He might can hop on both feet separately. At this age, your kiddo might love to show you what he can do. This needs your patience and time. Try to deal with your kiddo calmly. It is a great way to understand that he is developing gross motor skills. It is also a positive sign that he is developing learning skills. 

However, how your child plays, learns, speaks, acts and moves offers important clues about your child’s development. But if you are really concerned about your kiddo's development and you think that your kiddo is facing any developmental delay, check the milestones your child has reached by his 5th birthday with your doctor and seek advice. But for now, relax and enjoy to play with your over active kiddo as never before.