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Developmental MilestonesBirth-Grade 3T E N E I L C H Y N O W E T H
Stages of oral language developmentOral Language development differs from child to child. Simple abilities must be mastered before advanced skills may be attained.Healthcare practioners use milestones to decide whether a child requires more assistance.
Birth to 5 months milestonesRespond to loud sounds. Turn head in the direction of the loud noise.When you’re speaking, keep an eye on your face. Express joy and dissatisfaction verbally (giggling, laughs, cries, fussing) When spoken to, will create a noise.
6 to 11 months & 12 to 17 months Milestones6 T O 1 1 M O N T H S M I L E S T O N E S WILL SPEND A FEW MINUTES PLAYING WITH A TOY OR READING A BOOK.WILL USE GESTURES TO FOLLOW ONE-STEP COMMANDS. CAN GIVE NONVERBAL ANSWERS TO SIMPLE QUESTIONS POSSESS THE ABILITY TO POINT TO IMAGES, FAMILY MEMBERS, AND ITEMS. CAN LABEL A PERSON OR AN OBJECT WITH TWO OR THREE WORDS. MAKE AN ATTEMPT TO MIMIC SIMPLE WORDS. 1 2 T O 1 7 M O N T H S M I L E S T O N E SNO-NO is something that is grasped.Babbling mama & dada.Will use motions or hand gestures to communicate.Will attempt to imitate or duplicate the noises you make.
18 to 23 months milestones Able to follow one-step instructions without using gestures. When asked, can point out parts of the body. Understands basic verbs. Most vowels, as well as the constants n,m,p,h, can correctly be spoken. Starts using different speaking sounds.Able to pronounce 8-10 words. Can name popular items they eat. Animal noises, such as mooing, can be made. The pronoun “mine” will be used more frequently.
2 to 3 years milestones Will be able to say roughly 50 words. Will understand the pronouns he, her, she, me, and you. Will be able to use descriptive terms such as little,sad, big, and happy.Will begin speaking in two or three word phrases.

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