6-12 months

At 6 months the interaction with their environment increase dramatically.
Experimenting together with noises and actions is highly entertaining, especially when mimicking others.

As muscles are getting stronger now babies will start to sit, crawl, stand and may take their first steps. Hand-eye coordination is developing – finding their hands and feet is always a highlight.

Babies are starting to experiment around this age and love getting a reaction to something they have done.

Much of the communication at this age is non-verbal, but the beginning of babbling is the start of meaningful verbal communication.
Manipulating materials will help children begin to understand that they can create things themselves and change the appearance of something by pulling or squeezing it

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