Growth and Development

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Growth and Development
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2012-02-07 17:55:06
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  1. Developmental Sequence of eating
    • 1 mos: liquid
    • 3 mos: liquid or pureed
    • 5 mos: pureed and milk (milk primary source of nutrients) munching
    • 6 mos: diaganol rotary movements
    • 9 mos: soft, mased foods. voluntary biting
    • 12 mos: finger foods, easily chewed foods, uses cup, rotart chewing, brings spoon to mouth
    • 18 mos: coarsely chopped table food, scoops food with spoon
    • 24 mos: all table foods; circular rotary movements, interested in fork
  2. Developmental Sequence for dressing
    • 1 y/o: pulls off socks/shoes, pushes armd and legs thru
    • 2 y/o: removes undone coat, finds arm holes
    • 2.5 y/o: pulls down elastic pants, assists pulling on socks, puts on front button shirt
    • 3 y/o: pull over shirt with min A, shoes w/o fasteners, pulls down pants, completes zipper once on track
    • 3.5 y/o: snaps/hooks in the front, mittens, finds front of shirt, 3-4 buttons, dresses with supervision
    • 4 y/o: ppull over/off garment, IDs front and back consistently, buckles shoes/belt, dons sock and shoes with assist to tie shoes
    • 5 y/o: ties/unties knots, dresses unsupervised
    • 6 y/o: closes back zipper, buttons and snaps, ties boes
  3. Developmental Sequence of sitting
    • 5-6 mos: sits alone momentarily, sits propping on arms
    • 5-10 mos: sits alone with wide base
    • 6-11 mos: gets to sitting from prone
    • 10-12 mos: moves into and out of sitting
  4. Developmental sequence of standing
    • 0-3 mos: takes weight on legs
    • 3-4 mos: bears weight when held proximally
    • 5-10 mos: stands holding on to furniture
    • 6-10 mos: pulls to standing
    • 9-13 mos: stands alone momentarily
  5. Creeping/Crawling/Walking Progression
    • 7 mos: crawls forward on belly
    • 7-10 mos: reciprocal creep
    • 8 mos: crusies sideways
    • 9-10 mos: curises around furniture
    • 10-11 mos: creeps on hands and feet
    • 9-17 mos: independent steps
    • 10-14 mos: walking

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