Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/11

Click to flip

11 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
Birth to 1 Month
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
II.Birth to 1 month – “Hold me! (or more specifically, “Hold my head!”)
a.Flexor tone – in utero positioning; lack of head control
b.Hands fisted most of the time
c.Recognizes mother’s voice, cries
d.Fixes gaze on face preferentially at about 8-12 inches
e.Primitive reflexes – need to lose them (by 4 months) before moving to next developmental stage
i.Root/suck (feeding)
ii.Moro: startling
iii.Grasp
iv.Fencer (Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex-ATNR): prevents rollover
2 Months
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
III. 2 months – “Smile at me!” "And I'll smile back"
a. Lifts head and chest 45 when on stomach, stretches and kicks legs
b. Opens and closes fists to grasp (rattle)
c. Coos – “Ooh-ahh”
d. SMILES , visually fixes and follows across midline
4 months
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
IV. 4 months – “Talk to me!” and I'll talk back
a. Rolls over (ATNR extinguished), sits with support
b. Reaches and grabs objects intentionally
c. Babbles conversationally
d. Flirts, recognizes familiar people
6 Months
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
V. 6 months – “I’m going to grab something!” (Look out hair, earrings, stethoscope)
a. Sits alone, crawls
b. Rakes objects, transfers objects from one hand to the other – “I will work for an interesting toy”
c. Strings consonants – “Googoo, gaga,” raspberry
d. “You are very interesting!”
9 Months
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
VI. 9 months – “Give me something to play with!” (it will go in my mouth – beeper, stethoscope, book)
a. Pulls to stand and cruises along furniture
b. Pincer grasp (radial to ulnar development) and then it goes in my mouth (cheerios), bangs things together
c. Jargons – conversational inflections, dada, mama for anything
d. “I don’t know you” (stranger anxiety), “I’m sad when you’re gone” (object permanence), Peekaboo
12-15 Months
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
VII. 12-15 months – “Praise me!” (“I did it!”)
a. Walks, crawls and climbs up stairs and onto furniture
b. Scribbles, dumps things out
c. Several single words – “I can follow 1 step instructions”, points, waves
d. Everything is interesting, “I want to do what you do”, redirect me instead of telling me “No!”, clap, pat a cake, feed myself
18-21 Months
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
VIII. 18-21 months – “Look out world, here I come!” (“Outta my way!”)
a. Starts to run, climb, dance
b. Plays with blocks, dolls, cars, trains, spoons, cup
c. Simple phrases, likes to read stories again and again and again, knows some body parts, “I can follow 2-3 step instructions”
d. “It is all about me! Mine!”
2 years
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
IX. 2 years – “This stuff is great!” (“I love to play”)
a. “I love to play, kick balls, run, jump, climb”
b. “I love to draw lines and circles”
c. Speaks 2+ word phrases – 20 words, language 50% understandable to a stranger
d. “I like to play alone most of the time, I have a short attention span that is normal”
3 years
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
X. 3 years – “Let me show you . . . “
a. Rides a tricycle, runs well, marches
b. Turns of a pages of a book one at a time, feeds self well, uses crayons well
c. 4-5 word phrases, speech is 75% understandable
d. May still confuse fantasy with reality, tells simple stories, parallel play – “I like playing near you, not necessarily with you”, “I’m in my own little world” – beginning to pretend
4 years
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
XI. 4 years – “Let me tell you a story . . . “
a. Rides bike with training wheels, hops, skips
b. Builds tower of 10 blocks, cuts with scissors, draws pictures – stick men
c. Tells elaborate stories, imaginative, dramatic, endless questions, language should be 100% understandable
d. Likes to play games with friends – tag, duck-duck-goose – cooperative play, social, more willing to share
5 years
a) Gross Motor
b) Fine Motor
c) Language
d) Social/Emotional
XII. 5 years – “I can do this” - Independence
a. “I can get dressed by myself”, more responsibility, smoother muscle actions
b. “I can print,” has definite handedness preference
c. “I know my name and telephone number”, can count to 10, knows colors
d. “I have lots of imagination and I know the difference between true and false” (lying!), follows directions and rules, can take turns, “I like to play with my friends”