Baby Hand Development
When the baby was born, his hands were almost useless to him. He usually keeps his hands closed and is unable to hold anything back. After our baby is three months old, he starts to understand that his hands are a part of his body and also he can start to grasp something that is in his hand. When our child starts 5 to six months of age, he or she makes things better by realizing that he can pass things from one hand to the other. This awareness is an important development in learning how to clap.
Our baby’s first applause
Our babies may be able to clap their hands when they are 6 months old, at this age they have started trying to clap their hands even though they cannot touch with both hands, but in 9 month old babies, most babies are able to clap their hands even loudly.
The Significance of Clapping
The way our baby claps describes his development in many different ways. This shows that he knows his hands can be used together to achieve a single goal. It also shows that he has the skills to see how far his hands are. Clapping her hands shows that she has skills and motor development good to successfully bring her hands on demand.
It is likely that our baby will never show a willingness to clap if he doesn’t see someone else clapping. We can encourage him to clap by talking to him as much as we can, especially when he does something. We should praise him by the way we clap. Clapping her hands gave her lots of initiative to practice clapping herself.
Clapping Your Hands As A Sign Of Good Development
Most babies start clapping because it’s something new to do, not because they understand that it’s something to be happy about. By the time our baby turns one year old, he will learn to clap meaningless, and he will clap his hands whenever he feels happy. When our baby sees what we are doing such as smiling or clapping his hands, it doesn’t mean he feels happy, it’s just that this is part of a very good development physically and mentally.