Early education for 6 months old baby


At 6 months old, your baby’s limbs will be stronger than before. He will jump with his feet when you are holding him. He can straighten his back while sitting up. He will look for his toy when you hide it.

Early education highlights:

At 6 months old, your baby can sit with support. You can also train your baby by placing a toy in a place where he cannot reach but in front of him, so your baby will crawl towards the target.


At 6 months of age, the baby begins to learn to speak. His perception of speech is clearer, and his pronunciation is more accurate. He may inadvertently make some unclear noises, but don’t worry, he is practising how to speak. 

Early education highlights:

You can use your tongue to hit the upper jaw to make a loud “da da da” sound. You can try to tease your child; this may also stimulate his interest to make the same sound. You can also make the animals sounds (chicken, duck, cat)to teach your child about farm animals. Your child will look for you when you make sounds behind him.


Babies love to look into the mirror. He will start looking for himself in the mirror and tries to communicate with himself. With the development of cognitive abilities, he will shake the items such as bells that make vibrant sounds.

Early education highlights:

Put a mirror and small toys on the mat, and let your baby lie in front of the mirror on the mat. Parents should encourage their babies to look in the mirror and take toys. Parents can also use the reflections of the mirror to make faces and talk to their babies.


This is the time when your baby loves to communicate. He may have learned how to take the initiative to interact with others by reaching out, pulling, or gently hitting

Early education highlights:

You can take your baby on an outing, meet various people, and teach him to say “hello”, wave to say “goodbye”, etc., this is a way to train your baby’s social skills. 

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