6 Month Old Baby Typical and Atypical Development

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Supporting weight, turning head, rolling over on his own, and pivoting are all typical gross motor behaviors for a child 6 months old. These actions are shown in addition to atypical motor movements at this age to allow you to clearly see the differences in baby’s motor development.

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