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Flashcards in Developmental Milestones: Motor Development, Language, Problem Solving, and Psychosocial Skills Deck (9)
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1

Birth

MD: Turns head side to side
L: Attunes to human voice, develops differential recognition of parent's voices.

2

2 months

MD: Lifts head when lying prone; head lag when pulled from supine position.
L: Cooing (running of vowels), musical sounds (ooh-ooh, ahh-ahh).

3

4 months

MD: Rolls over, no head lag when pulled from supine position, pushes chest up with arms.

4

6 months

MD: Sits alone, leads with head when pulled from supine position.
L: Babbling (vowels and consanants together)

5

9 months

MD: Pulls to stand. Cruises.
L: Jargoning. Mama and dada non-specific.

6

12 months

MD: Walks
L: 1-3 words, mama and dada specific.

7

18 months

L: 20-50 words. Beginning to use two words together.

8

2 years

L: Two word telegraphic sentences. 25-50% of child's speech should be intelligible.

9

3 years

L: Three word sentences. More than 75% of child's speech should be intelligible.