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Developmental Milestones Birth-Grade 3 Mary Horeish March 1, 2020 Christi Piano
Developmenta l Milestones Smiles for the first time Hears their own name Taking first step Opens and shuts hands
Oral Language Development Expressive Language Using Language Communicating needs and wants Receptive Language Understanding language
Stages of Oral Language Development from Birth to Pre-k 0-3-month milestones Smile when you appear Make cooing sounds Quiet or smile when spoken to Seem to recognize your voice Cry differently for different needs 0-3-month milestones concerns Does not cry when hungry or uncomfortable Does not notice or respond to loud sounds Does not make eye contact or smile at caregiver
Stages of Oral Language Development 4 to 6 months Typical 4-6-months milestones Begins to babble Cries in different ways to show hunger, pain, or being tired Reaches for toy with one hand Atypical 4-6 months milestones concerns Doesn’t coo or make sounds Does not laugh Doesn’t watch things as they move
Stages of Oral Language Development 7-9 months Typical 7-9-months milestones Begins to pass things from one hand to another Rolls over in both directions (front to back, back to front) When standing, supports weight on legs and might bounce Looks for things he/she sees you hide Atypical 7-9 months milestones concerns Seems very stiff, with tight muscles Seems very floppy, like a rag doll Doesn’t play any games involving back-and-forth play
Stages of Oral Language Development 10 -12 months Typical 10-12 -months milestones Plays peek-a-boo Is shy or nervous with strangers Responds to simple, spoken requests Uses fingers to point at things Picks up things (like cereal O’s between thumb and index finger) Atypical 10-12 months milestones concerns Doesn’t look where you point Doesn’t say single words like “mama” or “dada”
Stages of Oral Language Development 1-3 years Typical 1-3 years milestones Makes sounds with changes in tone (sounds more like speech) Says “mama” and “dada” and exclamations like “uh- oh!” Knows names of familiar people and body parts Copies adults and friends Understands words like “in,” “on” and “under” Atypical 1-3 years milestones concerns Doesn’t use 2-word phrases (for example: “drink milk”) Loses skills he/she once had Doesn’t want to play with other children or with toys

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