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2 months:

~Gross Motor

~Fine Motor

~Cognitive, Linguistic, & Communication

~Social-emotional

~Gross motor: lift head

~Fine motor: follow to midline

~CLC: vocalize

~SE: social smile

2

4 months:

~Gross Motor

~Fine Motor

~Cognitive, Linguistic, & Communication

~Social-emotional

~Gross motor: sit, head steady

~Fine motor: grasp rattle

~CLC: laugh

~SE: regard own hand

3

6 months:

~Gross Motor

~Fine Motor

~Cognitive, Linguistic, & Communication

~Social-emotional

~Gross motor: roll over (50-90%: sit, no support)

~Fine motor: reach

~CLC: turn to rattling sound (50-90%: turn to voice)

~SE: work for toy out of reach (50-90%: feed self)

4

9 months:

~Gross Motor

~Fine Motor

~Cognitive, Linguistic, & Communication

~Social-emotional

~Gross motor: stand holding on (50-90-%: pull to stand)

~Fine motor: pass cube

~CLC: single syllables (50-90-%: dada/mama)

~SE: feed self (50-90%: wave bye bye)

5

12 months:

~Gross Motor

~Fine Motor

~Cognitive, Linguistic, & Communication

~Social-emotional

~Gross motor: pull to stand

~Fine motor: bang 2 cubes (50-90%: put block in cup)

~CLC: babbling

~SE: protodeclarative pointing, pat-a-cake

6

What does this represent? Is it normal?

Q image thumb

Failure to thrive - falling off on growth chart.

Not normal.

7

What does this represent? Is it normal?

Q image thumb

Familial short stature.

Skeletal maturation and puberty timing are WNL for age. Final height is just short.

Variant of normal.

8

What does this represent? Is it normal?

Q image thumb

Constitutional growth delay. Growth & puberty are delayed and growth continues beyond the time the average child stops growing.

"Late bloomer"

Variant of normal.

9

When does the first tooth appear and which tooth is it?

6-10 months

Lower central incisor

10

When do you lose your first tooth, and which tooth is it?

6-7 years

upper or lower central incisor

11

What and when are the last primary teeth lost?

Upper and lower second molars

10-12 years

12

What vaccine is given at birth?

Hep B, first dose

13

What immunizations are FIRST given at 2 months?

Rotavirus

DTaP

Hib

PCV (pneumococcal)

Polio (IPV)

14

What immunizations are FIRST given at 12 months?

MMR

Varicella

Hep A

15

Influenza vaccine is given yearly starting when?

6 months

16

What immunizations are FIRST given at 11-12 years old?

HPV

Meningococcal

17

About 80% of children achieve success at daytime continence by what age?

30 months

18

What are the first permanent teeth to appear, and when?

Upper and lower first molars

6-7 years

19

When do the permanent central incisors appear?

7-8 years

20

What are the last permanent teeth to appear, and when?

Third molars (wisdom teeth)

17-21 years