Childhood developmental milestones.txt

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Childhood developmental milestones.txt
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Anticipated early childhood developmental milestones (motor and social-interpersonal)
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  1. What are newborn milestones?
    • Moves all extremities
    • Reacts to sound by blinking, turning
    • Well-developed sense of smell
    • Preference for higher-pitched voices
    • Reflexes
    • Tonic neck
    • Palmar grasp
    • Babinski response
    • Rooting awake and sleep
    • Suck
  2. Anticipated milestones for children 1-2 months?
    • Lifts head
    • Hold head erect
    • Follows objects through visual field
    • Moro reflex fading
    • Spontaneous smile
    • Recognizes parents
  3. Anticipated milestones for children 3-5 months?
    • Reaches for objects
    • Brings objects to mouth
    • Raspberry sound
    • Sits with support
    • Rolls back to side
    • Laughs
    • Recognizes food by sight
  4. Anticipated milestones for children 6-8 months?
    • Sits briefly without support
    • Scoops small object with rake grip; some
    • thumb use
    • Hand-to-hand transfer
    • Recognizes "No"
  5. Anticipated milestones for children 9-11 months?
    • Stands alone
    • Imitates peek-a-boo
    • Picks up small object with thumb and index
    • finger (pincer grasp)
    • Cruises
    • Follows simple command
  6. Anticipated milestones for children 12-15 months?
    • Walks solo
    • Neat pincher grasp
    • Place cube in cup
    • Tower of two bricks
    • Scribbles spontaneously
    • Indicates wants by pointing
    • Hands over objects on request
  7. Anticipated milestones for children 15-20 months?
    • Points to several body parts
    • Uses a spoon with little spilling
    • Walks up and down steps with help
    • Understands two-step commands
    • Feeds self
    • Seats self in chair
    • Carries and hugs doll
  8. Anticipated milestones for children 24 months?
    • Kicks ball upon request
    • Jumps with both feet
    • Developing handedness
    • Copies vertical and horizontal line
    • Washes and dries hands
    • Parallel play
  9. Anticipated milestones for children 30 months?
    • Walks backwards
    • Hops on one foot
    • Copies circle
    • Gives first and last name
  10. Anticipated milestones for children 36 months?
    • Holds crayons with fingers
    • Walks down stairs alternating steps
    • Rides tricycle
    • Copies circles
    • Dresses with supervision
  11. Anticipated milestones for children 3-4 years old?
    • Responds to command to place object in,
    • on or under a table
    • Draws circle when one is shown
    • Takes off jacket and shoes
    • Washes and dries face
    • Cooperative play
    • Knows gender
  12. Anticipated milestones for children 4-5 years old?
    • Runs and turns while maintaining balance
    • Stands on 1 foot for at least 10 seconds
    • Counts to 4
    • Draws a person without torso
    • Copies + by imitation
    • Buttons clothes
    • Dresses self except tying shoes
    • Can play without adult input for about 30
    • minutes
    • Verbalizes activities to do when cold,
    • hungry, tired
  13. Anticipated milestones for children 5-6 years old?
    • Catches ball
    • Knows age
    • Knows right from left hand
    • Draws person with 6-8 parts including torso
    • Able to complete simple chores
    • Sense of gender
    • Identifies best friend
    • Likes teacher
  14. Anticipated milestones for children 6-7 years old?
    • Copies triangle
    • Draws person with at least 12 parts
    • Prints name
    • Reads multiple single syllable words
    • Counts to 30 or beyond
    • Ties shoe laces
    • Generally plays well with peers
    • No significant behavioral problems in school
    • Names intended career
  15. Anticipated milestones for children 7-8 years old?
    • Copies a diamond
    • Able to read simple sentences
    • Draws person with at least 16 parts
    • Ties shoes
    • Knows day of the week
  16. Anticipated milestones for children 8-9 years old?
    • Able to add, subtract, borrow, carry
    • Understands concept of working as a team
    • Able to give response to question such as
    • what to do if an object is accidentally broken

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