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Developmental Milestones by Age, Stages of Developmental Skills


DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES by AGE

Stages of Developmental Skills

Every parent is interested in knowing if their child is developing normally and at the same pace as other children the same age. Sometimes it seems that there are great differences between 2 children of almost the same age and this can sometimes cause concern in new parents. However, you will see that developmental skills will develop in a child at an age range rather than at a particular age.

Here is a list of developmental skills and milestones that should be met during particular age ranges.

DOES YOUR CHILD...
 
0-3 Months
Hold Head Up
Smile Spontaneous
Look at His Hands
Laugh
Respond to a Bell
Vocalize
 
3-6 Months
Roll Over
Grasp Rattle
Reach for Items
Turn to a Voice
Look at Speaker's Face
Babble
Imitate Speech Sounds
 
 
6-9 Months
Stand Holding Onto Person or Object
Gets to Sitting Position
Bangs 2 Cubes Held in Hands
Waves Bye Bye
Can Use Voice (not crying) to Get Your Attention
Responds to "No"
 

 

 

9-12 Months
Stand Alone
Drink From a Cup
Play Ball
Follow Directions
(open mouth) Jabber Mama/Dada specifically
Use Consonant Sound (b d g m n) when "talking"

 
12-15 Months
First True Words Appear
 
 
 
 
 12-18 Months
Can Walk Well
Scribble
Build a Tower of 2 Cubes
Help in House
Point to Familiar People and Toys
Use 10-20 Words
Follow Simple Directions
 
18-24 Months
Kick Ball/Throw Ball Over Head
Remove Garments
Wash and Dry Hands
Point to Body Parts
Point to Pictures
Use Own First Name
Use 2 Word Sentences
Name 4 Pictures
Use Pronouns (I, Me)
 
24-30 Months
Jump Up
Imitate Words
Answer Questions (What do you do when you're tired?)
Speaks 100-200 Words
Uses Plurals (dogs)
 
 
 
30-36 Months
Build Tower of 8 Cubes
Give Use of An Object (show me which goes on your foot)
Follow 2 Step Directions
Understand concept of "one"
Uses Question Form (who? what? where? why? what? when?)
Relates Experiences Using 4-5 word sentences
 
 
3-4 Years
Hops
Dresses Without Help
Understands "why" questions
Knows Opposites (fast/slow)
Uses Nouns and Actions of Words Most Frequently
Can Talk About Pictures in Books
Identifies Actions in Pictures
 
4-5 Years
Can Draw a Person
Follows 2-3 Step Commands (go to your bedroom, get your shirt, and bring it to me)
Says Most Sounds Correctly Except Maybe s, th
Has Conversations Using Complete Sentences Which Most People Understand
 
 *As always, if you have concerns about your child's development, contact your pediatrician or developmental expert. Early intervention and free consultations are available throughout the United States.

 

 

 

 


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