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Pediatric Developmental Milestones
by Drew Gottfried, D.O.
drewgottfried@yahoo.com
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Moro Reflex is present at birth and absent by ______
3-4 months old
Palmar grasp reflex is present at birth and absent by _______
2-3 months old
Parachute reflex is absent at birth but present by ______
6-9 months old
When lying down, the infant can begin to lift head momentarily by the age of ______
1 month
When lying down, the infant can lift their head to 45 degrees by teh age of  ______.
2 months
When lying down, the infant can lift their head to 90 degrees by ______ of age.
3-4 months
When pulled to a sitting position, the infant has completed head lag from birth, but by the age of ______ has no head lag.
5 months
By the age of ______, the infant will lift their head up in anticipation of being lifted by a caregiver.
6 months
The infant can roll BACK to FRONT by age ______.
5-6 months
The infant can roll FRONT to BACK by age ______.
4-5 months
The infant can sit without support by age ______.
7 months
Fine Motor: the infant has voluntary grasp without release by age ______.
5 months
Fine Motor: the infant transfers objects between hands by age ______.
6 months
Fine Motor: the infant uses his thumb to grasp a cube by age ______.
6-8 months
Fine Motor: a mature cube grasp, or pincer grasp occurs around age ______.
10-12 months
Fine Motor: the infant plays "pat-a-cake" by age ______.
9-10 months
Fine Motor: the child can build a tower of 2 cubes by age ______.
13-15 months
Fine Motor: the child can use a cup and spoon WELL by age ______.
15-18 months
Gross Motor: the infant pulls to stand by age ______.
9 months
Gross Motor: the infant "cruises" or walks holding onto furniture by age ______.
11 months
Gross Motor: the child walks without help by age _______.
13 months
Gross Motor: the child walks WELL by age ______.
15 months
Gross Motor: the child runs WELL by age ______.
2 years
Gross Motor: the child can walk stairs using both feet for each step starting around age ______.
2 years
Gross Motor: the child can walk stairs using one foot alternating each step usually by age ______.
4 years
Gross Motor: the child can jump up in the air with 2 feet up by age ______.
2.5 years
Gross Motor: the child at age ______ can usually hop on 1 foot
4 years
Gross Motor: the child can skip by age ______.
5-6 years
Gross Motor: By age ______ the child can balance on one foot for 2-3 seconds but by age ______ can balance on one foot for 6-10 seconds
3 years
4 years
Social: Social smile is first noticed around age ______.
1-2 months
Social: the infant starts smiling at a mirror around age ______.
5 months
Social: the infant begins to have separation anxiety between the ages of ______.
6-12 months
Social: Waving "bye-bye" starts typically around age ______.
10 months
Social: with the exception of buttoning back buttons, the _____ aged child can dress themself
3 year old
Social: tying shoe laces occurs around age ______.
5 years
Social: Parallel play from age ______.
1-2 years
Social: Cooperative play occurs after parallel play, usually around age ______.
3-4 years
Social: A child can usually tell fantasy from reality by age ______.
5 years
Speech and Language: An infant coos by age ______.
2-4 months
Speech and Language: an infant's first words appear by ______.
9-12 months
Speech and Language: a child can understand one-step commands by age ______.
15 months
Speech and Language: a vocabulary of 10-50 words occurs by the ages of ______.
13-18 months
Speech and Language: 2-word sentences occur by age ______.
18-24 months
Speech and Language: 3-word sentences occurs by age ______.
2-3 years
Speech and Language: 4-word sentences occurs by age ______.
3-4 years
Toe grasp is present at birth and disappears by age _____.
8-15 months
Assymetric tonic neck reflex (ATNR) or the "fencer position" occurs when you passively rotate the infants neck to the side. It is not present until age ______ and disappears by age ______.
2 weeks
6 months
Fine Motor: give the normal age for the following block-building skills
A. tower of two
B. tower of six
C. bridge
D. gate
E. steps
A. 18 months - tower of two
B. 24 months - tower of six
C. 30 months - tower of eight
D. 36 months - bridge
E. 48 months - gate
F. 72 months - steps
Fine Motor: can build a tower of two
18 months
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