The baby is ready to take his first steps when his muscles and bones are strong enough to the loads that arise at the moment when he straightens up. To begin with, the child needs to learn how to crawl, kneel, lean on his hands, and sit. A little later, between the 7th and 9th months, he will already be able to stand up, leaning on his mother's hand, but the baby will stand alone without any help only at 9-12 months, when all the muscle groups involved in the process will work together. Children usually start walking between the ages of 1 and 1.5.1. Let's start with an exercise to strengthen the leg muscles: lay the child down on his back, then bend and unbend one or the other leg in turn, pressing them against the baby's stomach. Perform these movements for 2-3 minutes in 5-8 sets.2. Now let the baby learn to feel the support. Take him under the armpits and give him the opportunity to jump, lifting and lowering so that he pushes himself off the floor.3. Then train baby’s the back muscles, which will hold the his spine while walking. Put the child with his back to you, hold him under the stomach with your left hand, and straighten his legs at the knees with your right. Show the kid the toys laid out in front of him, let him try to grab them. Then help him straighten up. Repeat this exercise 3-5 times.