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The development of a child's mind is absolutely amazing during early years. Learn how a child begins developing from day one.
15YOUR r LITTLE ^ ROCKET ^ SCIENTISTWelcome to the rapidly expanding world of your childx Wmw90% of your child's brain capacity develops before age 5.By age three a childs brain has formed 3 quadrillion connections,Cry differently for different needsSeems to recognize voiceCoosDemonstrate .M
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15 YOUR r LITTLE ^ ROCKET ^ SCIENTIST Welcome to the rapidly expanding world of your child x W m w 90% of your child's brain capacity develops before age 5. By age three a child’s brain has formed 3 quadrillion connections, Cry differently for different needs Seems to recognize voice Coos Demonstrate .M anticipatory behaviors Respond with facial expressions Tell difference in pitch and volume See all colors in our visual spectrum < 3 MONTHS ------ Sucking and grasping reflexes Hold head up with support Clench hands into fist Looking at own hands Looking at body part being touched by caregiver Tell differences between tastes Focus on moving objects See objects more clearly within 13 inches Understanding how legs and arms are attached Realizing they are seperate from other people Learning to be comforted and soothed Responding to touch Enjoying social stimulation Pay attention to music Move eyes towards noise Vocalizes pleasur and displeasure Babble Gurgle Begin to imitate facial expressions Recognize/react to familiar sounds Respond to other's facial expressions Roll over 3-6 MONTHS Use edge of crib to pull up Reach and grasp object Bring objects to mouth Shake and play with objects I Respond when 1 name said Smile Laugh Play peek-a-boo Recognize familiar faces Responds to name Combines syllables Holds out arms to be picked jjp Crawl Gaze longer at puzzling things Judge distance Distinguish different numbers of objects Tell animate from inanimate objects Pull objects towards body -■Transfer objects from hand to hand Express happiness, sadness, fear, anger Distinguish between family and strangers Show frustration when toy taken Respond to spoken words and gestures Brain development between 0-3 years old is the most significant period of development the brain ever undergoes Follows simple instructions Responds to“no-no” Shakes head “no-no” Manipulate objects Enjoy picture books Respond with gestures/sounds Imitate gestures Understand objects are permanent even when not seen Sit up unaided Stand without assistance Walk without help Roll a ball 9-12 MONTHS [Pick up objects L—Ibetwenthumb and one finger Sucking and grasping reflexes ; Hold a cup and drink with help j Imitate simple actions Express anxiety when seperated from parents Feed themselves small bites of food Imitates simple sounds on request Indicates wants Names one object Speaks in 2 word sentences Points to one named body part Point out familiar things in picture books Imitate actions/language of adults lb Tell the difference between ^ “me” and “you” Identify similar objects Understand and respond to words Express negative emotions Pick things up while standing Walk backwards Walk up and down stairs Move and sway to music Color or paint by moving whole arm Scribble with markers or crayons Turn knobs and handles Recognize image in mirror | Initiate play activities Play independantly Act pleased at accomplishment Start trying to help Become more self-assertive Responds to simple questions Speaks 20-50+ words Identifies self in pictures Match objects with uses Name objects in picture book Respond to simple directions Idetify reflection in mirror by name Imitate more complex adult actions Run in forward direction Jump in one place Kick a ball Stand on one foot 2-3 YEARS Turn book pages Draw a circle Sort objects by catagory Rapid mood changes Use objects symbolically in play Protect possessions Hold crayon between thumb and finger Awareness of gender Dress and undress self Display personal preferences Start saying “no” to adults Watch and play with other children Three year old's have a vocabulary of 900 words, • a 3x increase from 2. Matches colors Counts to 3 Responds to “how” and “where” questions 1 Uses personal pronouns I Says or sings nursery • rhymes/songs Ask “why” questions \-m / /id Longer attention 1U| I 3-4 Y span (5-15 mins) W'a Group and match I . °<^ according to color Organize by shape and size Learn by observation and instructions Seek answers to questions Demonstrate awareness of past and present Classify pictures by pointing Ride tricycle I Go down slide with no help ^B^^JThrow and catch ball anc* steer toys °-^ Walk in straight line l Build tower 3-4 YEARS with blocks L, *-| Mold clay into shapes r| Follow directions r Perform some r | tasks alone Share toys Make up games to play with other kids Begin pretend playing A four year old’s brain is twice as active as an adult's. Identifies 3 coins Counts to 15 Tell use of objects Draw pictures and describe them Tell where they live '—' Count to five Draw the shape of a person Name and identify many colors Rhyme ★ Enjoy competitive games Jump on one foot Do somersaults Cut paper with —'safety scissors Print some letters Copy shapes Understand good and bad behavior Develop friendships with kids Compare themselves to others Become aware of others feelings lers Enjoy dramatic, imaginative play with other kids But withou hudren can lag behind CHECKLIST < 3 MONTHS 3-6 MONTHS Sucking and grasping reflexes Hold head up with support Clench hands into fist ▼ Looking at own hands Looking at body part being touched by caregiver Understanding how legs and arms are attached Realizing they are seperate from other people Learning to be comforted and soothed Responding to touch Enjoying social stimulation See objects more clearly within 13 inches Focus on moving objects Tell differences between tastes Tell difference in pitch and volume See all colors in our visual spectrum □ Respond with facial expressions Demonstrate anticipatory behaviors Coos □ Seems to recognize voice □ Cry differently for different needs □ Roll over Use edge of crib to pull up Reach and grasp object Bring objects to mouth Shake and play with objects Respond when name said □ Smile Laugh Play peek-a-boo Recognize familiar faces Respond to other's facial expressions Recognize/react to familiar sounds Begin to imitate facial expressions □ Gurgle □ Babble □ Vocalizes pleasure and displeasure □ Move eyes towards noise □ Pay attention to music * 6-9 MONTHS 9-12 MONTHS Crawl Pull objects towards body Transfer objects from hand to hand Express happiness, sadness, fear, anger Distinguish between family and strangers Show frustration when toy taken Respond to spoken words and gestures Tell animate from inanimate objects Distinguish different numbers of objects Judge distance Gaze longer at puzzling things Holds out arms to be picked up Combines syllables Responds to name * □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ Sit up unaided Stand without assistance Walk without help Pick up and throw objects Roll a ball Pick up objects betwen thumb and one finger Hold a cup and drink with help Imitate simple actions Feed themselves small bites of food Express anxiety when seperated from parents Understand objects are permanent even when not seen Imitate gestures Respond with gestures/sounds Enjoy picture books Manipulate objects Follows simple instructions Responds to“no-no” Shakes head“no-no" ★ 1-2 YEARS 2-3 YEARS Pick things up while standing Walk backwards Walk up and down stairs Move and sway to music Color or paint by moving whole arm Scribble with markers or crayons Turn knobs and handles Recognize image in mirror Initiate play activities Play independantly Act pleased at accomplishment Start trying to help Express negative emotions Become more self-assertive Understand and respond to words Identify similar objects Tell the difference between “me" and “you” Imitate actions/language of adults Point out familiar things in picture books Imitates simple sounds on request Indicates wants Speaks in 2 word sentences ^ Names one object Points to one named body part L. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ * Run in forward direction Jump in one place Kick a ball Stand on one foot Turn book pages ■■i Draw a circle Hold crayon between thumb and finger Awareness of gender Dress and undress self Display personal preferences Start saying “no” to adults Watch and play with other children Protect possessions Use objects symbolically in play Rapid mood changes Sort objects by catagory Imitate more complex adult actions Idetify reflection in mirror by name Respond to simple directions Name objects in picture book Match objects with uses Speaks 20-50+ words Responds to simple questions Identifies self in pictures 3-4 YEARS 4-5 YEARS * Ride tricycle Go down slide with no help Throw and catch ball Pull and steer toys Walk in straight line Build tower with blocks Mold clay into shapes Follow directions Perform some tasks alone Share toys Make up games to play with other kids Begin pretend playing Demonstrate awareness of past and present Seek answers to questions Learn by observation and instructions Organize by shape and size Group and match according to color Longer attention span (5-15 mins) Ask “why” questions Says or sings nursery rhymes/songs Uses personal pronouns Responds to “how” and “where" questions Counts to 3 Matches colors Classify pictures by pointing Jump on one foot Do somersaults Cut paper with safety scissors Print some letters Copy shapes Understand good and bad behavior Develop friendships with kids Compare themselves to others Become aware of others feelings Enjoy dramatic, imaginative play with other kids Enjoy competitive games Rhyme Name and identify many colors Draw the shape of a person □ Count to five ™ Tell where they live Draw pictures and describe them □ Tell use of objects □ Counts to 15 □ Identifies 3 coins Get ready for one of the most exciting stages in your child's life, BROUGHT TO YOU BY: EARLY-CHILDHOOD-EDUCATION-DEGREES.COM http://psychology.about.com/od/early-child-development/a/physical-developmental-milestones.htm http://www.speech-language-therapy.com/index. php?option=com_content&view=article&id=34:ages&c http://psychology.about.eom/od/early-child-development/a/cognitive-developmental-milestones.htm http://www.mayoclinic.org/language-development/art-20045163 http://www.comprehensiverehabinc.com/resources/DevelopmentalMilestones.ComprehensiveRehab.pdf http://www.aboutourkids.org/articles/how_important_are_first_three_years_baby039sjife 3es&catid=11:admin&ltei itm
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neat. now print out and get your child achevements checked.
Then compare with other parents and hope your child aint noob.
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