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Developmental MilestonesEmily J. CrownECS-425
Advice for Parents•Birth: If you have any concern regarding of your child, it is best to contact the doctor.•Age 1: Make sure you are reading a story, talking to them and allow them to respond to you. Encourage the consistency of communication back and forth to try and develop the sentences as the literacy development begins. .azed.govpg. 65 talks about literacy development.•Age 2: It is similar to age 1, but with addition of games and providing directions to the child.•Age 3: Continue the children's reading, allow the child the ability to choose the story and ask questions during the entire story.•Age 4: information that can help parents from birth to age 5.
BirthNewborn to 12 months old.
Language in BirthTypical•Crying•Coo’ing•Squealing•Grunting sounds•Babbling•Making eye contactAtypical•Crying for too long.