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Flashcards in Develomental Milestone V1 Deck (116):
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Head Lift

1st Month

2

Head Lag

1st - 3rd Month

3

Watches Person

1st Month

4

Begins to Smile

1st Month

5

Raises Head slightly Farther

2 Months

6

Smiles and Coos on social Contact

2 Months

7

Tracking

2 Months

8

Lies with head in midline

3rd Month

9

In prone, lifts head and upper chest with arms extended

3rd Month

10

Waves arms symmetrically hands loosely open

3rd Month

11

Visually alert (Can Give colored toys)

3rd Month

12

Watches movement of own hands before face finger play

3rd Month

13

Clasmps and unclasps hands (Can Hold Rattles)

3rd Month

14

Holds rattle for a few moments when placed in hand

3rd Month

15

May Turn Eyes and?or head towards sounds

3rd Month

16

Vocalizes "aah", "ngah"

3rd Month

17

Lifts head and chest

4th Month

18

Symmetric posture predominates

4th Month

19

No "Head Lag" when pulled to sitting, Head steady

4th Month

20

Can sit with full support

4th Month

21

Looks at feet by raising head from the pillow

6th Month

22

Sits with support

6th Month

23

Rolls over, front to back and back to front

6th Month

24

Visually insatiable

6th Month

25

Palmar Grasp, passes toy from hand to hand

6th Month

26

Turns immediately to mother's voice

6th Month

27

Laughs, Squeals

6th Month

28

Babbling

6th Month

29

Puts hand to bottle and pats it when feeding

6th Month

30

Shakes rattle

6th Month

31

Pulls to stand holding on to support for a few moments

9th Month

32

Attempts to crawl inferior grasp used to pick small objects

9th Month

33

Looks for fallen objects

9th Month

34

Babble's Loudly ("Mama", "Papa")

9th Month

35

Shouts and listens

9th Month

36

Understands "No-no" and "Bye"

9th Month

37

Holds, bites and chews a biscuit

9th Month

38

Tries to grasp spoon when being fed

9th Month

39

Plays peek a boo and hand clapping (Object permanence)

9th Month

40

Has separation anxiety

9th Month

41

Have transition objects to remind them of their parents

9th Month

42

Start of Stranger anxiety, Tantrums, and Object Permanence

9th Month

43

Stands alone, Walks alone

1st Year

44

May Crawl upstairs

1st Year

45

Picks up fine objects

1st Year

46

Drops and throws toys

1st Year

47

Knows and turns to own name

1st Year

48

Jargons Loudly

1st Year

49

Understands simple instructions

1st Year

50

Pat-a-cake, bye bye

1st Year

51

Attempts to throw and kick

2nd Year

52

Still tend to misjudge sizes and distance

2nd Year

53

Builds a tower of 6 or 7 cubes

2nd Year

54

Holds a pencil in preferred hand, down shaft towards point

2nd Year

55

Circular, to and fro scribbles and dots

2nd Year

56

Enjoys picture books, turns pages singly

2nd Year

57

Understands many wors

2nd Year

58

Carries out simple instructions enjoys doing little errands

2nd Year

59

Hands and names familiar objects

2nd Year

60

Asks for things by name

2nd Year

61

Uses 50 or more words

2nd Year

62

Puts 2 or 3 words together

2nd Year

63

Jargon is disappearing

2nd Year

64

Echolalia is appearing

2nd Year

65

Talks to self continually as he plays, much is still incomprehensible to others

2nd Year

66

Joins in nursery rhymes

2nd Year

67

Spoon-feeds without spilling

2nd Year

68

Puts on shoes

2nd Year

69

Verbalizes toilet needs in reasonable time

2nd Year

70

Usually dry thru day

2nd Year

71

Domestic mimicry

2nd Year

72

Make-believe activities

2nd Year

73

Constantly demands mother's attention clingy tightly in affection, fatigue or fear

2nd Year

74

Defends possession no idea of sharing

2nd Year

75

Resistive and rebellious

2nd Year

76

No understanding of need to modify or defer immediate wishes

2nd Year

77

TANTRUMS

2nd Year

78

Parallel play

2nd Year

79

Motor skills well established and proficient

3rd Year

80

Upstairs on alternating feet

3rd Year

81

Jumps, stands on one leg momentarily

3rd Year

82

Begins to ride a tricycle

3rd Year

83

Throws and catches a ball

3rd Year

84

Can relate sizes of own body to openings and spaces

3rd Year

85

Builds tower of 8 or 9 cubes

3rd Year

86

Holds pencil in a conventional way - copies a circle, draws a man

3rd Year

87

Enjoys painting with large brush

3rd Year

88

Cuts with scissors

3rd Year

89

Thread beads

3rd Year

90

Speech is well-developed, fairly clear except for persisting infantile phonetic patterns and unconventional grammar forms

3rd Year

91

Extensive vocabulary, intelligible even to strangers

3rd Year

92

Gives full name and sec, and something age

3rd Year

93

carries simple conversation

3rd Year

94

Still talks to self long monologues (make-believe)

3rd Year

95

Describe present activities and past experience

3rd Year

96

Listens eagerly to stories

3rd Year

97

Asks may questions "W" Questions

3rd Year

98

Uses pronouns, plural, prepositions

3rd Year

99

Knows several nursery rhymes

3rd Year

100

Counts by rote to 10 and more

3rd Year

101

Independent with some aspects of undressing, dressing and washing

3rd Year

102

Pulls pants down and up, needs help with buttons

3rd Year

103

Dry though night

3rd Year

104

Washes hands

3rd Year

105

Eats with fork and spoon

3rd Year

106

Likes to help in domestic activities (Role adaptation)

3rd Year

107

Makes efforts to keep surroundings tidy

3rd Year

108

Girls often see talking to their dolls, boys play with tools, cars and engines

3rd Year

109

Vividly realized make-believe play, invented people and objects

3rd Year

110

Enjoys floor-play with bricks, boxes, train

3rd Year

111

General behavior more amendable

3rd Year

112

Affectionate and confiding

3rd Year

113

Joins in active make-believe play with other children

3rd Year

114

Understands sharing

3rd Year

115

Shows affection for younger siblings

3rd Year

116

Shows some appreciation of needs to defer satisfaction of wishes to future

3rd Year