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1

At what age should a child start to crawl 

9 months 

2

At what age should a child be able to draw a triangle?

5 years 

3

At what age should a child have developed head control?

6 weeks

4

At what age should a child be able to do the following...

- Vocalises alone or when spoken to, coos and laughs 

- Startles to loud noises

- Two or three words with meaning 

- Uses sounds discriminantly e.g. dada, mama

- Turns to soft sounds out of sight

Vocalises alone or when spoken to, coos and laughs - 3-4 months 

Startles to loud noises - newborn

2/3 words with meaning - 12 months 

Uses sounds discriminantly - 10 months 

Turns to soft sounds out of sight - 7 months 

5

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 6 weeks 

Gross motor - head control in vertical

Fine motor - follows torch with eyes

Language and Vision - stills to voice 

Social and Play - social smile 

6

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 9 months 

Gross motor 

  • stands when holding onto furniture 
  • may crawl 

Fine motor 

  • can pincer grip a raisin 
  • uses index finger to point 

Language and vision 

  • Polysyllabic sounds 
  • Imitates adult sounds

Social and Play

  • Anxious around strangers 
  • Finds hidden objects 

7

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 1 year 

Gross motor 

  • Cruises using furniture 
  • May take first steps 

Fine motor 

  • Casting toys 
  • Smashing objects into each other 

Language and Vision

  • Immediately responds to name 
  • Jargons

Social and Play 

  • Waves bye bye 
  • Drinks from a cup 

8

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 4 years 

Gross Motor 

  • Can run up and down stairs with alternating feet 
  • Can hop 

Fine Motor 

  • Threads beads 
  • Able to draw a simple man

Language and Vision

  • Tells stories and recounts experiences 
  • Sentences of 5+ words 

Social and Play

  • Dresses and undresses 
  • Understands turn taking 

9

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 18 months 

Gross Motor

  • Runs
  • Climbs onto chairs 

Fine Motor 

  • Builds a tower of 3/4 blocks 
  • Develops hand preference 

Language and Vision 

  • Knows 5-20 words 
  • Can point to body parts 

Social and Play

  • Feeds with a spoon
  • Imitates adult activities 

10

At what age should a child be able to build a tower of 3/4 blocks?

18 months 

11

At what age should a child be able to do the following...

- Talk constantly in 3-4 word sentences 

- Knows 6-10 words with meaning 

- Shows parts of the body

- Uses two or more words to make simple phrases

Talk constantly in 3-4 word sentences - 2.5-3 years 

Knows 6-10 words with meaning - 18 months 

Shows body parts - 18 months 

Uses two or more words to make simples sentences - 20-24 months 

12

At what age should a child be able to stand?

9 months using furniture, first steps at 12 months

13

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 6 months 

Gross motor 

  • pushes up on arms in prone.
  • Can roll from stomach onto back

Fine motor 

  • explores objects by mouthing.
  • Transfers objects from one hand to another 

Language and Vision

  • screams when annoyed.
  • Babbles tunefully 

Social and Play  

  • friendly with strangers.
  • Plays with feet

14

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 2 years 

Gross Motor 

  • Throws a ball overhand 
  • Able to climb stairs, two feet on each step

Fine Motor 

  • Tower of 6/7 blocks 
  • Makes circular scribbles 

Language and Vision

  • Joins 2 words together, and knows 50+ words 
  • Understands simple instructions 

Social and Play 

  • Puts on a hat and shoes 
  • Developing symbolic play (e.g. feeding a doll)

15

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 3 years

Gross Motor

  • Climbs stairs with alternating feet 
  • Pedals a tricycle 

Fine Motor 

  • Copies a circle 
  • Cuts with scissors 

Language and Vision

  • Knows and can repeat own name
  • Asks a lot of questions

Social and Play

  • Vivid pretend play
  • Understands sharing and playing with others  

16

At what age should a child be able to use two or more words to make a simple phrase?

2 years 

17

Gross Motor, Fine motor, Language and Vision and Social and Play goals for 3 months

Gross motor - no head lag 

Fine motor - regards hand in midline 

Language and vision - laughs and coos

Social and Play - reacts pleasurably to familiar situations 

18

At what age should a child be able to do the following...

- Feed with a spoon

- Parallel play, interacting with others and taking turns 

- Continent of urine during the day 

- Symbolic play

Feed with a spoon - 18 months 

Parallel play, interacting with others and taking turns - 2.5-3 years 

Continent of urine during the day - 2 years 

Symbolic play - 18-24 months 

19

At what age should a child have developed a social smile?

6 weeks

20

At what age should a child be able to do the following...

- Draw a circle 

- Build a tower out of 6 blocks 

- Make marks with a crayon

- Build a bridge using 3 bricks 

- Develop a mature pincer grip

- Draw a triangle 

Circle - 3 years

Tower out of 6 blocks - 2 years 

Marks with crayon - 16-18 months

Bridge of 3 bricks - 3 years 

Mature pincer grip - 10 months 

Draws a triangle - 5 years