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Developmental MilestonesKindergarten to 3rdGradeLesley MartinezGrand Canyon University ECS: 425April 19,2021,Professor Piano
Language Development
Oral Language Developmental StagesBirth-Pre-K0-3 monthsCoos and smilesMakes eye contactResponses to sounds and voices4-6 MonthsBegins to babbleBabbles to get attentionListens and responds when spoken too.7-9 MonthsImitates soundsLooks at familiar people and objects whennamedUse variety of sounds & syllable combinations inbabbling10-12 MonthsUses “mama” and “dada”Imitates speech soundsSounds have rhythms of speech13- 18 MonthsUses 5-10 wordsSimple words and actionsCombines sounds and gestures19-24 MonthsUses at least 50 wordsBegins to use 2-word phrasesUses simple pronouns( me, you,my)2-3 yearsUnderstands atleast 50% ofspeechUnderstands“Mine” & “Yours”Uses plurals4-6 YearsUses the pasttense of wordsUses sentencesof 5 to 6 wordsCan carry on aconversationwith otherpeople
Typical Developmentfor 0- 12 MonthsDescriptionCoos & Smiles indicates babies is happy.Begins to babbles, baby is trying to form words to speak.Responses to music and when spoken too, learning torecognize patterns and sounds.Babbles start to form sounds and syllables;communication is becoming clearer.Pulls to Stand, using motor skills to strengthen muscles.Uses 5- 10 words and simple action words, able toconversate and understand simple conversation
Typical Developmentof 2–3-year-oldsDescriptionPuts words together, at this time children will play aroundwith words by putting them together to form sentences.Uses up to 900 -1,000 words, children should be able tosay 900- 1,000 words yet understand many more.Follows one-to-two step directions, simple instructionshould be able to be followed.Asks “Why” questions, curiosity has started at this ageand parents should foster the child curiosity.Understands opposites like: “in”, “out”, ”up” ,”down”, “on”,“off”, children should know how to, and when to completethese functions.
Typical Development of 4–6-year-olds DescriptionUnderstands “mines” & “yours”, children this age are beginschool and find that they can focus loner.Uses plurals, children are now using plural words mostlycorrectly.

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