Little Bunnies - 6 months

6 Month Old Program
  • You may find it hard to believe, but you’ve made it halfway through your infant’s first year! In just six short months, your baby has started to learn how to communicate and to eat solid foods. At Jumpstart Infant Enrichment Center we continue to strive and provide an environment essential to each developmental milestone of your infant.


  • 6month

  • Our individual classrooms cater to the needs of each child at each developmental stage through one year old. Our trained Early Childhood Professionals provide a warm and loving atmosphere for your child to thrive in. Each classroom is designed to meet the specific areas of development by providing a developmentally appropriate learning environment for your child.

    We have now reached the half-year mark in your infant’s development! Jumpstart Infant Enrichment Center continues on the educational path to your child’s first year of growth through providing a stimulating environment to guide your child towards reaching their full milestone developmental potential. Along the way we look forward to helping your child continue to grow both developmentally and socially.

    At the 6 month mark your child should begin to reach the following developmental milestones.


  • How to Enroll Your Infant to a Class?

  • At 6 Months Physical Development includes the following milestones:

    • Rolls over in both directions (front to back, back to front)
    • Begins to sit without support
    • When standing, supports weight on legs and might bounce
    • Rocks back and forth, sometimes crawling backward before moving forward

    At 6 Months Cognitive Development includes the following milestones:

    • Looks around at things nearby
    • Brings things to mouth
    • Shows curiosity about things and tries to get things that are out of reach
    • Begins to pass things from one hand to the other

    At 6 Months Social and Emotional Development includes the following milestones:

    • Knows familiar faces and begins to know if someone is a stranger
    • Likes to play with others, especially parents
    • Responds to other people’s emotions and often seems happy
    • Likes to look at self in a mirror
    • Responds to sounds by making sounds
    • Strings vowels together when babbling and likes taking turns with parent while making sounds
    • Responds to own name
    • Makes sounds to show joy and displeasure
    • Begins to say consonant sounds
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5777 NW 151st Street
Miami Lakes, FL 33014

P: (305) 826-0555

Hours of Operation:
Mon.-Fri. 6:30am to 6:30pm

For further information please contact the legally responsible party for the center's program indicated below:

Christina Montoto
C: (786) 797-0020

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