1. Gross Motor Turn head from side to side when prone Marked head lag
    Fine Motor Grasp reflex strong Hand clenches on contact with rattle
    Sensory Follows light to midline Quiets when hears a voice
    Vocalization Cries Comfort sounds during feeding
    One month milestones
  2. Gross Motor Less head lag When prone can lift head 45 degrees off table Assumes asymmetric tonic neck reflex position intermittently Head bobs "bobble head" TRUNK INCURVATURE REFLEX GONE
    Fine Motor Hands often open Briefly holds objects, keeps hands fisted 50% of the time
    Sensory: Follows dangling toy from side to side Vocalization Becomes differentiated, coos
    Socialization Social smile Eyes follow moving person

    Posterior fontanel closed
    Two month milestones
  3. Gross Motor Holds head well No head lag; can bear small amount of weight on legs ins tanding position; can use arms to lift head and shoulders to 45-90 degrees. TONIC NECK REFLEX GONE!
    Fine Motor Holds a rattle; grasp reflex goes away
    Sensory Follows object to periphery Locates sound by turning head to side
    Vocalization Begins to babble Less crying during periods of wakefulness; coos and gurgles and babbles in response to other people. 'talks' more to real person than picture
    Socialization Recognizes familiar faces and objects; has social smile
    three month milestones
  4. Rooting, grasping, and tonic neck reflexes are gone by this month
    3rd month
  5. Gross Motor Balances head well in a sitting position Rolls from back to side;no head lag, can lift head 90 degrees off table
    Fine Motor Reaches and holds objects Inspects hands Grasps objects with both hands Plays with rattle Carry objects to mouth; looks at own hand
    Vocalization Laughs aloud; may say ma pa ga
    Socialization Enjoys social interaction Smiles spontaneously Begins to show memor yDemands attention by fussing, becomes bored if left alone

    4th month
  6. What month do teeth start coming in?
    5th month
  7. Gross Motor Rolls from front to back; no head lag, back is straight when sitting; foot to mouth when lying
    Fine Motor Play with toes Takes objects directly to mouth Grasps voluntarily Hand to hand transfer.
    Socialization Smiles at mirror image; notices speech influence on others, makes raspberries, begin learning to take turns in conversation, talks to toys and elf, recognizes names and sounds
    Vocalization Squeals, raspberries, smacks lips
    Sensory Visually pursues a dropped object
    5th month
  8. Birth weight doubles and teething starts (chew and bite everything!)
    6th month
  9. Tonic neck and sucking reflex goes away
    6th month
  10. Gross Motor Roll from back to front When held in a standing position, bears almost all of weight Can sit with support; lift chest and upper body off table bearing weight on hands and arms
    Fine Motor Hold bottle Grasp feet Feed themselves crackers, voluntarily grasp and release objects
    Sensory Can localize sounds made above the ear Will turn head to the side, then look up and down
    Socialization Fear of strangers Holds arms up to be picked up Definite likes and dislikes
    Vocalization Begins to imitate sounds Babbling resembles one-syllable (ma, da)Raspberries
    6th month
  11. Gross Motor Sits leaning forward; bear full weight on legs and bounce
    Fine Motor Can grasp with thumb and finger at 7-8 months Raking objects; can and will bang objects on table; transfer objects from hand to hand
    Sensory Develops object permanence 7-9 months, and searches for objects out of view Responds to own name Has taste preference Beginning awareness of depth and space
    Vocalization Produces vowel sounds and chained syllables Talks when others are talking. Tries to imitate more sounds; learns meaning of no, plays patacake
    Socialization Imitates simple acts and noises Plays peekaboo
    7th month
  12. Gross Motor Bears weight on legs when supported Sits unsupported, can move from sitting to kneeling
    Fine Motor Releases objects at will Reaches persistently for toys out of reach, beginning pincer grasp
    Socialization Increasing anxiety over loss of parent; respond to name, likes to listen to books being read
    Vocalization Combines; syllables, but does not ascribe meaning to them (dada)
    8th month
  13. When do you start meaning from bottle to cup?
    9 month
  14. Gross Motor Pulls to a standing position Creep on hands and knees, stands while holding onto something
    Fine Motor Develops pincer grasp 9-10 months Preference for use of dominant hand Compares two cubes by bringing them together
    9 month
  15. What month does plantar grasp go away?
    10th month
  16. Gross Motor Change from prone to sitting position Walking while holding on to objects such as table "crusing"; may lift foot like taking a step
    Fine Motor Deliberately lets go of an object Offers object to someone else; refined pincer grasp
    Vocalization Says “dada”, “mama” with meaningMay say one word (hi, bye, no); follows one step directions ("go to daddy"), recognize words as symbols for objects
    10th month
  17. Gross Motor Continues to walk while holding onto furniture; walk with both hands held
    Fine Motor Put object into a container and likes to remove it; likes to drop an object so someone can pick it up
    Socialization Reacts to restrictions with frustration Rolls ball to another Plays game “so big”
    11th month
  18. When does weight triple from birth weight?
    1 year
  19. Gross Motor Walks holding someone’s hand May attempt to stand alone Can sit down from standing position without help
    Fine Motor Attempts to build a two block tower Can turn pages in a book
    Socialization Show emotions such as jealousy, and affection
    Vocalization Says 3-5 words besides “dada”, “mama”Comprehends meaning of several words Recognizes objects by name Imitates animal sounds Understands simple verbal commands (show me your eyes)
    12 months
  20. Anterior Fontanelle closes at____ Primary dentition (20 teeth) completed at_____months Babinski Reflex has disappeared at____ of age.
    • 1) 18 months
    • 2.)30 months
    • 3.) 2 years
  21. Builds a 2 block tower and scribbles spontaneously at____ months Builds a 3-4 block tower at _____months Builds a 6-7 block tower and imitates vertical strokes at____ months Builds an 8 block tower and copies a cross at____ months
    • 1.)15 months
    • 2.)18 months
    • 3.) 24 months
    • 4.) 30 months
  22. At____months the toddler uses 4-6 words, including names. They understand simple commands at___ months the toddler uses 10-20 words, follows two directional commands. They name and point to a picture at _____ months and the toddler uses 300 words. They use 2-3 word phrases, and can understand directional commands.Verbalizes the need for toileting, food, or drink and gives first name at ____months
    • 1.)15
    • 2.)18
    • 3.)24
    • 4.)24
  23. The preschooler can ride a tricycle, stand on one foot for a few seconds, and broad jump at age ____The preschooler can skip, hop on one foot, catch a ball at age ____The preschooler can jump rope, balance on alternate feet with eyes closed, skip on alternate feet at age _____.
    • 1.)3
    • 2.) 4
    • 3.)5
  24. Objects are out of sight and out of mind, continues to look at hand after object is dropped, creatures sensations by actions (thumb sucking), grasps and moves objects and looks at contrasting colors
    0-4 months
  25. Locate partially hidden object, tracks objects when dropped, uses causal behaviors to recreate accidentally discovered effects such as kicking the bed after seeing that the mobile turns when they do it, reaches out and grasps objects, then mouth, shake, bang, and drop (in this order)
    4-8 months
  26. Object permanence, find a hidden object but can't get an object that's moved in plain view from one hiding place to another; knows parent still exists when they move but can't imagine where that might be. Understands cause and effect, manipulates objects to inspect with hands and eyes, ability to process information at the same time, plays peek-a-boo
    9-12 months
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Child Development