Infancy Developmental traits

  • Infancy Physical Development

    Infancy  Physical Development
    Motor sequencing: In the first few months Head and Trunk control develops The infant can life the head from a surface and watch a moving object by moving head from side to side.
  • 4 to 5 Months Motor Dev.

    4 to 5 Months Motor Dev.
    An infant can roll over.
  • Infant is Sitting up

    Infant is Sitting up
    Four to six months sees the strong neck and back muscles. The infant is gradually pulling himself up and crawling will occur shortly.
  • HITCHING

    HITCHING
    tHIS IS A MOVEMENT WHERE THE INFANT MOVES HIS ARMS AND LEGS, AND SLIDE HIS BUTTOCKS ACROSS THE FLOOR
  • CREEPING

    CREEPING
    When the infants arm and leg muscles are strong, he supports his weight on his hands and knees. This is CREEPING. Soon the infant will be able to stand and it won't be long he will be walking.