At this stage, you may already be communicating with your baby, which makes it even more fun. To enhance their development further, interact with your child on a regular basis. Read on to learn some of the things you can do with a 6-month-old baby.
Your 6-month-old baby will probably be interested in everything around them. They may find every tiny thing exciting and are probably learning something new every day. What do 6-month-old babies do? At 6 months, your baby is developing motor skills and may be able to do some of these activities:
- Rolling on their back
- Sliding back and forth on their tummy
- Rocking back and forth on their knees
- Rolling over and sitting up without support
Your baby is probably chewing on objects and also holding and handling them. They are beginning to learn about interaction and activities related to movement. At this age, babies start grasping languages and their speech patterns start developing. They may start to make noises and become more responsive to you.