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5-8 months: he starts the movement
Around 5-6 months, what he can do:
- He keeps his back straight, which allows him to better use his hands. He opposes his thumb to his other fingers to try to grab a toy within reach.
- When he drops a toy (especially if it makes noise), he looks for it.
- He likes to pedal and brew the air of his arms.
- It is more and more "manual". Around 6 months, he can grab a toy in each hand.
- He likes to type objects on top of each other or on any hard medium.
- He likes his image in the mirror, he "talks" to her and smiles at him.
- Sitting on the ground, he can tilt his bust by leaning on his hands and move his buttocks "backwards".
Toys that please him:
- Toys with easy grips (stems, feet, handles)
- The rattles
- The big colored rings
- The toys with bells or squeak
- Activity tables with mirror