Pediatrics – Growth And Development Milestones Review


(Music) I’m Dr. Kendall Wyatt today we’re going
over growth and development milestones let’s go ahead and get started! Now today
we’re gonna cover all of the growth and development milestones all the way from birth… up to one year and then we’re gonna go over eighteen months to five years. Now at the end we’re gonna everything and going over all kinds of little
shortcuts to help you keep everything straight. Now if you’re learning at home
by yourself… what I recommend (or with friends, I guess) What I recommend is that you have two sheets of paper because we’re gonna make
two charts not one but two charts… those two charts are going to be organized so
that you can keep track of two months up to one year,
and THEN from 18 months up to five years. so that’s two charts, the two charts are then going to be
organized into the sections the sections are going to go in two columns that
include speech, as well as the gross motor milestones and the fine motor
milestones. so we’re gonna keep it organized… so you can keep track of everything yourself with your two sheets at the end So you’ll notice that we’re
gonna repeat ourselves A LOT we’ll go over everything again, so don’t get too freaked out… wait till the end watch it all the way through and then go back and
review anything that you missed… now the first thing we’re gonna go over is birth
up to one year of age. Now as you see we’ve got a chart here with already a few crazy images those images are for courtesy of my friends at Picmonic! Now when we go through, first we’re going to say two months then we’re gonna four months
then we go to six months,
nine months and then of course one year.. Now as we go through these we go through them two different ways in the beginning
so it’s a little confusing at first but then you’re going to see the method to
the madness because everything follows a pattern and then you can fill in this
chart really quick with some graphs at the end you only talk about growth in
development milestones they develop you got to worry about the speech things
that are going on the gross motor milestones well what are those well
those are essentially just whatever the big movements are the things that are
just grossly obvious the big movements the fine motor milestones are the very
tiny things the subtle articulations that promote a movement now let’s first
talk about speech and when we talk about speech we’re worried about the things we
talk about of course some people say I talk too much and well
that’s just too bad for you but as you go along with two months the first thing
we worry about are coos so a baby coos in two months and then in four months
they babble so what’s family well COO is you know cuckoo they make little noises
oh they’re so cute and then four months the next thing you know the babbling
they’re making sounds and it’s six months those babbles actually turn into
consonant sounds so they’re actually trying to speak sounds of letters and
you can hear them at about six months now at nine months then you’re going to
notice that they’re gonna understand you especially the word no and then one year
of course one year is that really important milestone that everybody wants
when a baby would say mama or Dada now whichever one they say first that’s
not anywhere in the textbooks I don’t know which one they’re supposed to say
first but mmm whatever I can’t remember which one I said first I probably said
them boats at the same time anyway what’s really important as you go
through all of these milestones if you’re following along with the textbook
yourself you may notice slight variations in some of these milestones
well that’s because a baby doesn’t turn six months old and then immediately a
light turns on and they start babbling these are estimates of about where they
are now what’s important is that these milestones are important to know when
you’re missing a milestone or about when they’re supposed to be there so if a
baby is not babbling at for months that would be a problem if a baby isn’t
saying mama or Dada at one year that may be a problem it should be there at that
time that’s what’s important to know when we have all of these milestones now
I’m sure that your little sisters cousins uncles friends mother did
whatever it was way earlier than what’s on any of these charts good for you good
for them give them a pat on the back a hug a kiss or whatever what’s important
to know is you’ve got to memorize these for the exam don’t take some story that
you have and throw that in here because you know somebody that started walking
when they were two months old good for them Hercules go ahead that’s
not what we’re talking about pass the test and do what we need to
know and that’s what you have to remember for all of these exams what is
important to remember now let’s move on to gross motor milestones now the gross
motor milestones are everything follows a progression and that’s what we’re
doing is following the same progression so at two months the first gross motor
milestone is that a baby can hold their head up so they can hold their head up
let’s say they’re laying down and they can just hold it up right
good for them but it’s unsteady and that’s what’s really important
now it’s held up what’s important is then as it progresses well then once
they can hold their head up they start building that core strength and then
they can sit themselves up but only with support aside from that they can roll
themselves over but they can roll themselves over from their stomach to
their back some text say from the side to the back well it’s either way it’s
the same progression and that happens at about four months now at six months they
can actually they should be able to sit themselves up with their hands so they
can sit on the rear end and they can hold themselves up with their hands so
by just get up in there holding ourselves up their hands and they can
roll all the way over they can roll from their stomach all the way over to the
back and in the back all the way just roll over the place at six months that’s
important to remember now at nine months what you should be happening is that
these little buggers can pull themselves up to stand and that’s important why
well if they can pull themselves up to stand that means they can start moving
and of course they should be crawling by this point in time but what they start
doing is cruising well what’s cruising well it’s not driving around in a car
looking for him or a herd and do the things with that’s not cruising that’s
that’s not cruising not at nine months anyway at nine months cruising is
holding onto things and moving so sometimes if you need to hold onto the
wall because you had too much to drink and you need to go along the wall that’s
what a baby does it nine months maybe less the alcohol but they’re holding
onto something and moving it’s called cruising that’s about when they start
doing it at nine months now at one year of age what’s really important is that
they are cruising they’re walking with support at one year of age they need to
be doing it what really important is
that by one year they should be taking their first steps they may not be
full-on walking that doesn’t happen necessarily at one year they don’t walk
independently but they can take their first steps they should be doing those
things and of course the other little nugget they can they usually can throw a
ball they threw that in there because I see that I threw it in there because
it’s important to see it alone a lot of exams now the next section is are the
fine motor skills now if you think I’m going too fast don’t worry we’re gonna
go for all of this again and then one more time just to review so fine motor
skills one of the fine motor things that are happening well one of the things is
that have two months they follow objects with their eyes so you’re gonna dangle
the little doodlee thing about them they grew look at the little dangly dangly
thing and the little baby’s gonna follow with their eyes yeah well just remember
the first one that’s the first step now I have a follow-up things with their
eyes the next thing they do it for months well they can follow things all
the way across the midline well what does that mean well if I were really
weird and I sliced myself down here in the middle you know a little slice then
this is one side this is the midline and that’s the other side in the beginning
they just really just kind of follow things and they’re gonna maybe move
their head maybe they’re gonna you know they may not follow it all the way
across but eventually at about four months that they start getting more
spatial awareness and they can follow things with their eyes across the
midline separately they can usually hold something big like a rattle don’t give
babies rattles those are so annoying I hate listening to them and just stupid
rounds anyway they can usually hold a rattle and they can’t hold it for too
long but they gonna hold on and hold on with it with a rattle that’s just really
important then they start grabbing on to things now in addition at six months
they start getting this raking grasp key word raking what is raking me well if
you saw a rake if I took my lovely hand here and I turned it into a rake right
there we go I’m gonna reach out and I’m gonna grab something and I’m gonna pull
it towards me like a rake and it’s gonna just like a rake that’s really the grass
they grab onto things and they rake what else do they do at six months well they
hold a rattle with one hand and at six months they can take things and they can
put it from one hand into the other hand so they can take their little whatever
it is they can take it they can transfer it to hands at six months now
once they keep progressing nine months this one’s a little weird because I see
a lot of different ways in describing different texts and and whatnot what’s
important to know at nine months in one year is that they start getting the
pincher grasp what’s a pincher grass or a pincer grasp what however you must say
it well let’s say I’m a little I get a little crab and what does a crab happen
has a pincher ain’t you pinch me to a tree well what
happens first is they get a two pincher grasp so they’re gonna grab onto
something we’re gonna grab on to my nose here and they’re gonna go out with one
convenors right that’s a two finger pincher graph at nine months of age now
once they start getting to one year that progresses to three fingers essentially
they can grab on to things with three fingers and they get more dexterity so
they can grab on with three fingers now does every single baby always start with
two fingers and then start using three honestly I don’t know but it just seems
like a logical progression but nine months to one year you’re gonna see them
from two fingers to three fingers what’s important with this three finger grasp
at one year is that means they can grab onto something and what a one-year-old
it’s like I really don’t know I can’t remember when I was one but I think they
like crayons and that’s one of the examples that you’re gonna see a lot is
they can grab on to something a marker or something and they can make a mark
with it good for them congratulations one-year-old baby
now other things that happen along with two months to one year just some
important important points well you’re going to need to remember the reflexes
reflexes are really really really important cuz you have to memorize them
and they’re in the test so you got to remember right well first off a baby
when it’s two months old has a social smile right social smile you smile baby
it smiles back up how can you a good for them they have the Moro reflex the
rooting reflex and the palmar reflex of course star del Moro as well so Palmer
reflow so you put something in their hand they
grasp it you put your finger in there in the grasp it oh so cute little baby yay
the rooting reflex is of course you put a little you put a bottle or a nipple or
breast or whatever you stroke the side of the cheek and that little baby’s
right over to it every single time rooting reflex right and then we’ve got
the startle reflex more Moro is when essentially this kind of evil it’s kind
of fun you scare a baby no I’m kidding you can pick the legs or the arms up you
know of a baby don’t don’t exactly do this but if you lift him up slightly and
you let them down really fast they’re gonna just shake and have that startle
reflex and that sounded much worse when I said it out loud but don’t torture any
babies but you know it is there very carefully try that one so and of course
of one year some other important things are that one year about and these are
estimates the birth weight usually is three times the birth weight at one year
so the birth weight triples now their height the birth height should have
increased by 50% I know those aren’t easy to remember but they’re in there
one year so just throw them in at the end of your chart circle it down at the
bottom right the birth weight increases by it triples and the birth height
increases by 50% just some other important points so as we look across
this let’s review this in another way as we go from left to right now when you do
these it’s really important that you just remember there memorize the first
one right memorize cooing hold heads up but unsteady and that they follow object
with their eyes and they memorize the progression of them and you should be
able to fill this chart in so let’s look at the exact same thing again here so
now I’ve got some of our fungal images that throw it in here I’ve got our
cuckoo clock for cooing I got a little bobble head baby with the spring
I got a rattle in here I got a raking rake I’ve got my rolling baby and then
I’ve got my little pinch of crab with his three fingers down here at the end
but let’s look at them from left to right all of the milestones together so
two months and this is how you would see of course if you were to look in a
textbook a two month two milestones so you’re gonna remember
the speeches coolly the gross motor spot milestones are holds the heads-up but
unsteady so it can hold a lip that up but it’s just kind of bubble head
remember and the fine-motor smile stones they can follow the objects just with
the eyes but not too far out for months remember they’ve progressed on their
babblers now they can sit up but only if they’re supported with something so
that’s why you see the little um the little round things you just push the
baby’s bottom and they can sit up good for them or they need to be in one of
those little bouncy things I can’t remember the name of them maybe because
I never had one anyway or and of course they can roll from their stomach to
their back but not the other way now for months they can also follow objects all
the way across the midline and hold that lovely rattle your favorite friend at
six months as we progressed on you know that they babble but more also battling
consonant sounds they can sit up by holding themselves up with those
beautiful hands and they can roll all the way over and we’re all the way back
over six months mmm and then rolling on over now when they roll over don’t
forget about the fine motor milestones they got that raking grasp and they when
they rake the grass they can transfer the objects between hands so they held
the rattle well now they can take the rattle and put it between both hands at
nine months moving on speech wise they can understand the word no still they’re
moving on with the consonant sounds at all advances grows motor milestones they
can pull themselves up to stand and what happens when they pull themselves up to
stand or they’re crawling but they start cruising that means they can really
start moving on the boogie down the road now
also the fine motor or all the delicate stuff they start using the pincer grasp
right so they can grab onto things and by doing that they’re using two fingers
at first and then later three fingers they can grab onto things so now they go
and pick something right up and just take it at one year of course the speech
wise they say mama data and of course gross motor wise there are cruising like
crazy now along with this they take those first steps and that little
that gets thrown in there a lot that I see they could throw a ball and of
course they could still got their three finger pinch or grass they’re doing much
better with it they’re doing very well and they cuz they got those three
fingers pinching they can hold on to a crayon and make one beautiful little
mark per one now let’s move on to the second page which is going to be 18
months up to five years if you had trouble following on before we’re gonna
follow the same format so you can play it over you can learn it as many times
as you want and all those corny jokes you can just put them in your little
memory and just love them and they’re just not gonna get them out of your head
it’s gonna be so much fun I can’t wait now we’re gonna go 18 months we’re gonna
go to two years then we’re gonna go to three years then we’re gonna go to four
aren’t they so cute and all the way up to five years so much fun now these
little nuggets let me tell you what they’re getting bigger they’re getting
sassier and they’re getting a lot more motor skills now let’s go through each
one we’re gonna do speech then motor then fine gross motor is in fine motor
now when we talk about speech remember they get mouthy I mean they’re not quite
teenagers but they’re gonna start and what you got to remember is that the
whole set of all of the things we’re learning from when we were learning the
infant milestones from 18 months now 18 months of five years is that there’s
different sets really it’s all very basic stuff on the first page they’re
just making sounds right now we’re gonna talk about words now in an 18 month year
old they have a vocabulary of up to 25 words or so 10 to 25 now are you gonna
sit there and listen and like do hash marks and count words no you usually
just ask the parent about how many words they know and that’s you know
essentially where you go ten to twenty-five words at two years however
they’re advancing I mean is two-year-olds just remember two is two
is two you’re gonna see that that’s important as we go back through two
years they’ve got two word phrases no way all those you know none of those you
know the sassy two-year-olds there’s all kinds of YouTube videos out there and
they have a 200 word vocabulary now when you talk about that
what can you understand in their speech this is important to remember and dr.
Wyatt why’d you put two for us don’t you know your fractions why can’t you just
put 50% okay fine but it’s important to remember 2/4 because we like twos and
you’ll see that in a second s we got to organize it now as we move on these
little nuggets get a little bit mouthy here and a little bit smarter then they
go to three years and at three years they’re learning three word sentences no
way Jose I’m boyfriend three words right I’m sure
it’s something like that I don’t know I don’t have a three-year-old but if I did
that I don’t know probably mouthy at three years of course then it’s
three-fourths of their speech is understandable
now understandable what does that mean that means understandable by a stranger
not by mommy your daddy mommy your daddy you’re gonna say I’m
just you know my little bit those words I can know all of them that can
understand everything you say is it so great
yes this is by a stranger so at two years to force is understandable at
three years three-fourths is understandable by a stranger that’s
really important if it’s not really mama or Dada as I understand it’s a stranger
right I don’t know where I’m getting these accents but it’s whatever I’m
gonna keep rolling with it at four years what really happens well they can
identify collars they love colors right they should be
able to start identifying colors now can they do 64 million colors no but they
can start okay that’s the point and at four years remember four of four 4/4 4/4
of their speech is understandable maybe I shouldn’t have done the fractions for
force of the speech is understandable that means all of their speech should be
understandable by a stranger and that’s really important so if they’re not able
to speak clearly at four years old that’s when you you’re gonna see
pediatricians as well as nurses if no matter what level you’re at that’s when
you would be identifying possible possible delays or impairments of course
because you should be able to understand all their words and that’s when we start
as they go into five years they go into speech therapy blah blah blah stuff like
that at five years we’re gonna start seeing five-word sentences did you see
that pattern there five-word sentences five years three years three words
sentences Wow this is magic oh my goodness
also at five years they can count and they can count to about ten now I do
know for a fact that when I was 10 years old I think it’s because I was punished
and I kept getting put in the corner and had to count to a hundred but I could
count to like a hundred and five years old mmm you know sometimes being a
little brat has its advantages I guess now let’s move on to the gross motor
milestones the gross motor milestones again advance now we’re talking remember
before we were talking about just crawl in and cruising and steps now we’re
talking about more advanced things so at 18 months these little buggers can run
now can they run a marathon no but have you seen an 18 year old they think means
eighteen month old they can boogie they can go down they’re just kind of well
and they can run that’s what’s important what else is important is they can start
climbing stairs and this is important if you have stairs so it’s time to put up
the dog again I mean baby gate right they can climb stairs but what’s
important is that they can climb stairs with one foot at a time so these are my
little feet man if I can climb up this one and I can’t go up the next step I
can go one step one step one step right one step at a time or one foot at a time
on each step it’s really important because that’s when you learn you
advanced to be able to do both feet alternating and we’re going to talk
about that in a sec at two years what’s important is that both feet can jump
they usually can jump now if you had a baby and they jumped at 18 months good
for you but remember two years they should be able to jump at three years
gross motor wise they should be able to climb stairs now with alternating feet
so step step step step step moving on up the steps with alternating feet at three
years also three years three wheels they should be able to ride a tricycle so a
three-year-old what do they want what they want a big wheel maybe you don’t
know what a big wheel is getting so old I really got a I got a jokes I’m gonna
work on it oh it’s a tricycle big wheel I don’t know I’ll figure
something out at four years what’s important is that
they can hop on one foot now nobody probably plays hopscotch
anymore either I know I’m just I’m gonna give up this is getting bad but you know
they can they got AB on one foot okay so one foot and they can hop good for them
and it’s actually a common thing that we do because it requires a lot of
cerebellar function to be able to hop on one foot right that’s why we ask drunk
people can you hop on one foot no you cannot at four years gross mom on stone
hopping on one foot at five years that probably should be able to skip skip the
DS get rid of you whatever that song is I don’t know what it is but they can
skip so skip skip skip skip as they can skip five years they can also walk
backwards so they learn to walk and now they can walk backwards now doesn’t mean
they can walk in turn and walk out right that means they can actually walk
backwards shimmy shimmy backwards shoot me shoot me forwards excuse me let’s
move on to the fine motor milestones the fine motor milestones again advance in
the exact same way but these have some very specific numbers you need to
remember at 18 months you’ve got to remember this first one at 18 months
they can stack a three-block Tower I don’t know if kids play with blocks
anymore I think they got Legos now and those aren’t blocks but these are just
standard blocks like a cube you know little prongs to stick them to they a
bit like 300 stacked Lego tower three block tower and also they start using
utensils especially like a spoon so they can scoop things and throw it in their
mouth not very well I might add but they
should be able to start be able to use a utensil like a spoon not anything else
just remember spoon at two years they move on they’re getting better again so
smart little nuggets they can stack six blocks six all the way to the top good
for them so smart what else they can do is they can copy a line so if I say hey
draw one of these and it’s a line they should be able to draw a line copy a
line not trace that’s cheating they can copy a line it’s really
important because we got to remember as these advance and these are hard to
remember when you’re putting the numbers together which is very
why if you make your little graph and you put them all the way across it’s
super simple at three years they can stack nine blocks nine block tower so
nine all the way up I’m not sure that I could do that right now but I could try
really hard nine blocks so he went to three then to six to nine blocks at
three years old now what else they can do is they can copy a circle so I show
them a circle and they’ve got a little bit and they can draw a circle
I don’t know how pretty these circles are three years but they should be a
circle and what’s important is they should end wherever they start that’s
what’s important they draw that and they go somewhere else and then come back
around not a circle at four years things advance even more so a fort is something
they should be able to do so they should be able to put a fork into some food
pick it up and then eat it they should be able to use a fork as well as a spoon
now well of course now at four years of age they should be able to copy a square
now how many sides is a square I have four four four four squares we’re making
progress I don’t know why this little E is down here all by itself about to
figure that out later now at five years now they can do they’re getting so much
better these little nuggets again so good with their fine motor skills they
can copy a triangle I didn’t got anything good for the triangle sorry but
they can tie their shoelaces and that’s what’s really important they can tie
shoelaces they should be able to do more articulating things like tying shoelaces
as well as copying a triangle now what’s important to remember with the triangle
is that it’s very difficult to get the sides to match up to a triangle it’s
kind of hard to get the angles because we know that what’s that math problem
out there to do the triangles I don’t know I’m not a math person anyway the
they should be able to copy a triangle now let’s look at a few other points
that we have about like other stuff for these particular age ranges at three
years of age they should be able to know their gender whether a boy or girl and
they should be able to know their age that’s really important gender identity
or knowing what they are they should be at that age now at four years their
birth height should have doubled so if they were a
whopping 23 inches at Birth they’re gonna be 46 inches at age 4 they should
have doubled and also they really developed some imaginary friends we’re
gonna make a video on other different types of development things later but
just remember imaginary friends at four years I do that in this video because I
see that out there I’m tested a lot at five years what’s important is they
should have completed toilet training so they should ideally be going to school
at age five with toilet training completed and as well they should be
independently grooming themselves so they should be independently dressing
and bathing themselves hopefully I don’t know about other little demons but I’ve
heard stories and they just they I’m not gonna go so let’s review this one more
time another way to make it a little bit easier so now I’ve got some fun images
on here to help you remember which one goes where and I think you should have
this in yourself so when we talk about all of the things again we’re gonna do
speech then we’re gonna do gross motor milestones and fine motor milestones and
these are really important because you can highlight some numbers in here to
really help yourself so runt you to make sure you memorize
the first one remember you start your page with 18 months and memorize all
those what they do go all the way down it’s so simple than to remember all of
them because these numbers get confusing at 18 months they’ve got a 10 to 25 word
vocabulary they got words just words words words words and that’s it they can
run good for them they’re waddling runners but they run and they can climb
stairs with one one foot at a time now they also can stack three blocks Tower
three block tower right so just three blocks good for three bucks and use a
spoon probably not very well at two years two years two word phrases 200
word vocabulary and 2/4 or 1/2 of their speech is understandable by a stranger
that’s really important remember lots of tubes and of course they can jump on two
legs as far as fine motor skills they can stack a lovely six blocks they can
make a beautiful little six block tower and copy one little line so I just put a
little line in here for you just a little line see if you put that they
should be on a draw as well at three
remember they can do three years three word sentences like no way I ain’t going
to that’s pork I give up I can’t even do this no way Jose that’s what I was
trying to say and they’ve got three-fourths of their speech is
understandable that’s really important three-fourths or 75% and again by a
stranger they can climb stairs now with alternating feet now they go up those
stairs and they can write a three-wheeled tricycle tricycle three
wheels three years tricycle not a never mind they can also stack nine blocks
they can stack nine blocks so beautifully in copy a circle now
remember when you’re copying a circle lots of people always ask me this well I
mean you know what’s a circle versus the other ones well a circle is it starts in
one point they should do some resemblance of a circle and then they
should end at the exact same point and that’s what’s important for the for the
milestones they’re stopping and starting at the same point now with four years
remember four years we’re identifying collars so pretty orange blue green
everything is just chartreuse it’s my favorite colors and chargers things
fourth four out of four of their speech is understandable so 100% now they can
hop on one foot good plan scotch that’s so nice and of
course they can use a fork and a spoon pretty well now four years four out of
four speech and four sides to a square that’s really important four sides they
can copy a beautiful little square now as they go into five years they’re
getting better they get so much better and they’ve got five-word sentences I
can’t even think of a five words and it’s that quick because I probably
embarrass myself but a five-word sentence and they can count to ten or
they can count numbers at least up to ten now as they move forward they can
skip and they can walk on backwards so five years I actually always use the
example when they’re five years they walk backwards because they walk right
back out the door to school right and they start going to school some people
are so happy and others are so sad I think my mom was so happy I went to
school just left and left her alone so she had other things she could do she’s
probably so happy I drove her nuts anyway at five years
also be able to tie your shoelaces so they should be able tie shoelaces or do
like complex things like that as well as copying a triangle because it’s very
hard to remember to get all of those corners perfectly lined up for triangle
and of course are little things at the bottom know their gender and age at age
3 their birth height should have doubled by age 4 and they got those little
imaginary friends I think I still have imaginary friends I just have stitch
he just keeps tracking me he’s laying around here somewhere anyway that’s
what’s important to remember so as you go through all of these growth and
development milestones it’s so easy to remember them if you just build on them
and really put the concepts together of the speech ones well the second page
we’re talking about 18 months to five years it’s all words and phrases and
vocabulary numbers right and gross motor milestones are running jumping huh
climbing hopping skipping that’s all you got to remember and then of course you
got to remember your blocks for your fine motor milestones 3 6 9 and then of
course using that for for part 4 guys a couple forecasts for pieces anyway as
well as tying their shoes and remember you’re what they’re copying that’s
earning at age 2 years old they copy a line then they do a circle then they do
a square and a triangle and because I always get it I always get it mixed up
and I forget where the line starts I always remember them I got my little
chart in my mind and I always remember 4 sides of a square is 4 and then work
outside from there and I remember the triangles are really hard to draw so
that’s last so that’s kind of where we’re at so let’s just take a very quick look at
exactly what you need to know all over again
just a look at it so remember your heed learning all of those minor things in
the two months four months six months nine months in one year you got to
remember just remember the beginning cooing all the way up to mama and Dada
holding that head up but unsteadily all the way up to cruising in the first
steps remember following your objects with following objects with the eyes and
then all the way up to using that pincher grasp real well with three
fingers and making that first mark with a little crayon how cute oh my goodness
and for your second page from eighteen months two years three years four years
and five years of him as those little nuggets are getting bigger for speech
remember it’s all about words vocabulary then phrases right phrases sentences how
many words two words three words four words five words slowly gets larger
remember the gross motor milestones well they already started walking when there
were one so now on this page they’re running jumping climbing hopping
skipping and the fine motor milestones these are tricky so remember those
blocks! three books
six blocks…
nine blocks…. Really important, and then of
course the little ones using the spoon copying the line,
copying a circle, copying a square and
then the lovely little triangle at the end isn’t it just so much FUN!
Well that’s all we have for today going over our growth and
development milestones. All of the images that you saw, the little nuggets that I threw in there all from our Picmonic learning system you can check it out at
Picmonic.com for FREE! They are my friends, I like them… but you can check that out there. I really appreciate you guys watching today!
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