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Developmental Checklist

0-3 Months

  • Brings hands within range of eyes and mouth
  • Make cooing sounds
  • Lifts head while lying on stomach
  • Keeps hands in tight fists
  • Turn their head toward familiar sounds
  • Grasps and shakes hand toys
  • Wiggles and kicks  arms and legs
  • Attempts to imitate sounds

3-6 Months

  • Reach and grasp for objects
  • Play with toes
  • Roll over
  • Sit with only a little support
  • Bounce when held in a standing position
  • Move toys from one hand to another
  • Laugh and squeal in delight
  • Smile at themselves in a mirror

6-9 Months

  • Supports all weight on their legs
  • Finds partially hidden object
  • Rolls both ways (front to back, back to front)
  • Responds to own name
  • Responds to sound by making sounds
  • Reaches with one hand
  • Sits with, and then without, support of their hands
  • Explores with hands and mouth

9-12 Months

  • Drink from a cup with help
  • Grasp small objects using thumb and index/forefinger
  • Crawl on hands and knees
  • Pull themselves to stand or takes steps by holding onto furniture
  • Put small blocks in and take them out of a container
  • Sit well without support
  • Feed themselves finger foods like raisins
  • Copy sounds and actions you make

1-2 Years

  • Stack two blocks
  • Walk without help
  • Pull, push, and dump things
  • Says 8-10 words you can understand
  • Ask for something by pointing or using one word
  • Drink from straw
  • Feed themselves with a spoon
  • Toss or roll a ball

2-3 Years

  • Use 2-3 word sentences
  • Runs forward
  • Hum or try to sing
  • Imitates others
  • Apply pretend actions on others
  • Refer to self by name or use “me” and “mine”
  • Verbalize desires and feelings
  • Enjoys looking at one book repeatedly

3-4 Years

  • Dresses and undresses themselves
  • Correctly names some colors
  • Uses scissors
  • Draws circles and squares
  • Kick ball forward
  • Hops and stands on one foot up to five seconds
  • Follows a three-part command
  • Understands the concept of counting

4-5 Years

  • Stands on one foot for ten seconds or longer
  • Swings, climbs
  • Speaks sentences of more than five words
  • Cares for own toilet needs
  • Uses future tense
  • Understands the concept of time
  • Prints some letters
  • Build a tower of six to eight blocks