Tummy time!

We know that it’s safest for babies to always sleep on their backs, but that means infants spend up to 15 hours a day facing the ceiling. As a result, babies have fewer chances to practice using their arms, back, neck, and head to lift themselves up.

At early learning centres like Buttercups educators regularly encourage infants to enjoy some tummy time and advise families to practise this at home as well. Read on to learn more about the benefits of tummy time, with tips for starting this very important practice – https://thesector.com.au/2020/05/08/uow-researcher-finds-tummy-time-is-key-to-meeting-motor-movement-milestones/