How to Teach a Baby to Walk

There are numerous ways you can help your baby learn to walk. But there are also common things parents do which actually prevent a baby from learning how to walk.

In this video I cover what you can do right now to encourage your baby to walk, and maybe more importantly, what you want to avoid. These tips are very simple and easy to do. These activities will build your baby’s skills and help them continue to improve until finally taking that first step.

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00:00 – 00:47 : Intro
00:48 – 01:28 : Encourage Play in Standing
01:29 – 02:05 : Encourage Standing Without Support
02:06 – 03:36 : Encourage Cruising
03:37 – 04:27 : Encourage Walking with a Baby Push Walker
04:28 – 07:17 : Encourage Walking Independently (tips and what to avoid)
07:18 – 07:53 : Don’t Use a Baby Walker
07:54 – 08:20 : Don’t Use an Exersaucer
08:21 – 08:55 : Don’t Freak Out if Your Baby Prefers to Crawl
08:56 – 10:18 : Don’t Hold Your Baby By the Hand to Walk

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