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Flashcards in Developmental Milestones Deck (28):
1

What is developmental delay?

When a child does not reach milestones at the same age as other children

2

When is developmental screening recommended?

9 months, 18 months, and 24-30 months

3

What developmental screening tool is recommended by the AAP?

None

4

What developmental milestones should a 2 month old have reached? (L/C and motor)

L/C: coos, makes gurgling sounds; Motor: Can hold head up

5

When will/should a baby start to smile at people?

2 months

6

What cognitive milestone should a 2 month old reach?

Should be able to pay attention to faces

7

What milestone should happen by 4 months, but parents should be warned at the 2 month visit?

By 4 months, the baby should be able to roll over from tummy to back, this can be a safety issue which is why parents must be told to expect this at the 2 month visit

8

What age should a child be able to hold their head steady, unsupported?

4 months

9

What language milestone should a 6 month old reach?

babbling

10

A baby should be able to roll over in BOTH directions by what age?

6 months

11

What social/emotional milestones are evident at 6 months?

Baby should know familiar faces (develop stranger danger), they also should like to play with others

12

What age should a baby be able to sit up without support?

9 months

13

When should a baby be able to crawl?

9 months

14

What cognitive milestone should a 9 month old reach?

Be able to pick up things between thumb and index finger

15

True stranger danger will most likely develop by what age?

9 months

16

What language milestone should a 12 month old reach?

Be able to say "mama" or "dada"

17

When can/should a baby be able to follow simple directions?

12 months

18

What age will a baby start to say multiple single words?

18 months

19

What age will a baby be able to understand/participate in simple pretend play?

18 months

20

By age 3, kids should be able to _______ easily.

Run

21

At what age should kids be able to name most familiar objects and talk well enough for strangers to understand them?

Age 3

22

What motor developmental milestone should a 4 year old have reached?

Be able to hop and stand on one foot for up to 2 seconds

23

After this age, it is abnormal for a child to not be able to use the toilet on his/her own?

5

24

What COGNITIVE milestone should a 5 year old have reached?

Can count 10 or more objects

25

By what age should a child reach their adult proficiency with language?

by 7-8 years of age

26

In middle childhood, what type of thinking do kids typically have?

"concrete operational", they focus on the present

27

What cognitive/thinking change occurs from middle childhood to adolescence?

cognitive development progresses to formal operational thinking; they are able to reason logically and abstractly and to consider future consequences

28

At one age do kids transition from family-dominated influences to more autonomous or peer-directed?

adolescence