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beginning signs of tooth erruption
birth weight doubles
5 mths
no head lag when pulled to sitting position
able to hold head erect and steady
back straight
when prone assumes symmetric positioning w/ arms extended
5mths
able to grasps objects voluntarily
uses palmar grasp
bidextrous approach
plays with toes
takes objects directly to mouth
hold sone cube while regarding a second one
5 mths
visually pursues a dropped object
able to sustain visual inspection of object
can localize sounds below ear
5
squeals,
makes coing sounds interesperd with consonant sounds ah-goo
5
smiles at mirror image
5
discovers parts of body
5
pats bottle or breast with both hands
5
more playful, but rapid mood swings
5
able to discriminate strangers from family
5
vocalizes displeasure when object taken away
5
growth rate may begin to decline
6
weight gain of 3-5 oz/week and
height gain of o.5 inches for next 6mths
6
may chew and bite,
may begin teething with erruption of 2 lower central incisors
6
when prone can lift chest and upper abdomen off surface bearing weight on hands
6
when about to be pulle dto sitting postion lifts head
6
resecures a dropped object
6
sits in hi chair with back straight
6
drops one cube when another is given
6
bears almost all of weight when held in standing postion
6
grasps and manipulates small objects
6
hand regard absent
6
holds bottle
6
grasps feet and pulls to mouth
6
adjust posture to see object
6
prefers more complex visual stimuli
6
will turn head to side, then look up or down
6
can localize sounds made above ear
6
begins to imitate sounds,
babbling resembles 1-syllable utterances ma,mu,da,di,hi,
6
vocalizes to toys, mirror
6
holds arms out to be picked up
6
takes pleasure in hearing own sounds (self-reinforcement)
6
recognizes parents, begins to fear strangers
6
has definite likes and dislikes
6
begins to imitate (cough, protrusion of tongue)
6
excites on hearing footsteps
6
erruption of upper central incisors
7
laughs when head is hidden in towel
6
when supins, spontaneously lifts head off surface
7
bounces actively when held in standing position
7
sits leaning forward on both hands
7
when prone, bears weight on 1 hand
7
bears full weigh ton feet
7
sits erect momentarily
7
transfers objects from one hand to another
7
has unidextrous approach and grasp
7
can fixate on very small objects
7
holds 2 cubes more than momentarily, bangs cubes on table, rakes at small object
7
responds to own name
7
begining awareness of depth and space
7
localized sound by turning head in curving arch
7
has taste preferences
7
talks when others are talking,
produces vowel sounds and chained syllables- baba, dada, kaka,
7
vocalizes 4 distinct vowel sounds
7
increasing fear of strangers, shows signs of fright when parent dissapears
7
imitates simple acts and noises
7
sits steadily unsupported
8
tries to attract attention by coughing and snorting
7
parachute reflex appears
8
plays peek a boo
7
begins to show regular patterns of bowel elimination
8
demostrates didlike of food by keeping lips closed
7
demostrates expectaiton in response to repetition of stimuli
7
exhibits oral aggresiveness in biting and mouthing
7
readily bears weight on legs when supported, may stand holding onto furniture
8
adjusts posture to reach object
8
has beginning princer grasp 4th and 5th fingers against lower part of thumb
8
releases objects at will, rings bell purposely
8
retains 2 cubes while regarding 3rd cube
8
secures object by pulling on a string
8
utterances signal emphasis and emotion
8
reaches persistently for toys out of reach
8
makes consonant sounds t,d, w,
listens selectively to familiar words
8
combines syllables such as dada but does not ascribe meaning to them
8
incresing anxiety over loss of parent, particularly mother and fear of strangers
8
responds to word no
8
dislikes dressing, diaper change
8