Most babies learn to crawl between 7 and 10 months. Some babies prefer to scoot or roll and some never master crawling and skip right to walking. Some experts believe the bilateral integration of crawling is important to developing strength, motor skills, and neural connections. However, most doctors agree that lack of crawling is not a red flag, unless a baby does not show any interest in independent locomotion by their first birthday.
Submit a question for our learning experts.