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Toddler Growth and Development

What developments would you expect to see in a 12-14 month old
walks without support
may crawl upstairs
bends over to look between legs
squatting position during play
drunken college student

Toddler Growth and Development

What developments would you expect to see in a 15 month old
-walks without losing balance
-begins to use spoon
-builds tower 2 blocks, good release
-enjoys throwing things on the floor
-begins to walk sideways and backwards
-scribbles
Michael Jackson
Toddler Growth and Development

What developments would you expect to see in a 18 month old
Starts running with a wide BOS
Up/Down stairs with 2 feet on stairs
Fine motor coordination improving
monkey/lemur
Toddler Growth and Development

What developments would you expect to see in a 2 year old
Throws and catches ball
builds tower of blocks as tall as he is
runs well
gained 4-6 lbs in last year
helps with dressing and undressing

Vocab increasing and can hand you objects by name
Barry Bonds
What could you expect from a 1-3 year old as far as communication and socialization are concerned?
By 3 years: 900 words (75%) is intelligible

Imitative speech

Understands 2 step commands and opposites

Social: interacts with entire family, insatiable curiosity, bubbly laughter,
dependance on security item

eats 3 meals a day w/ cups and utensils

Sleeps 10-12 hours w/ naps

Vital signs
Respiration: 25-30
Heart Rate: 80-130
BP: 69-115/38-92
Parrot
Development of gross motor skills between 2-6
running
stair climbing
jumping
hopping
skipping
ball skills
throw, catch, kick

develops hand preference
grasp and manipulation of writing instruments

grip strength, manual dexterity, bilateral coordination, eye-hand coordination
typical children on play ground or kindergarten
Development of gross motor skills of a pre-schooler
talks incessantly, exaggerates, boasts, tattles, recognizes his written name, connected sentences, understands simple explanations, understands opp and directions, knows own age,

Social: temper tantrums decrease
selfish and impatient
imaginary playmates
tries to follow rules
developing conscious
learning to share
plays independantly and with peers
fear of separation of family and home

3 meals and snack. Feeds self
Sleeps 11-12 hrs/night and maybe naps

Resp 21-23
Heart Rate 75-115
BP 78-115/48-80
16 year old teenage girl w/ psychotic episodes