SW 203, Normal Development notes
SW 203, Normal Development notes SW 203
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Date Created: 01/18/16
4 months Motor skills: lift head and chest when placed on stomach, can began to discover themselves, watch hands, and can place objects in mouth ** tactile learning Adaptive skills : recognize bottles, site of bottle stimulates activity, maybe teething, but this typically does not occur until six or seven months Social: recognize their mothers and other familiar faces, initiate smiles, and maybe laughing Language: Will turn head when sound is heard. May gurgle, babble, or cooling may be heard 8 months Motor: sit alone without being supported, can reach foreign object and pick it up with fingers. Crawling efforts has begun Play: Bang to toys together, pass object from one hand to another, initiate arm movements, splashing bathtub, and shaking rattle Adaptive skills : feed self pieces of food such as toast, crackers, and goldfish, beginning to munch instead of suck Social: imitate facial expressions and gestures like wave bye Language: may attempt copying sounds say here, babbling increases. They may be able to say mama or Dada but do not understand the meaning 8 months Motor: sit alone without being supported, can reach foreign object and pick it up with fingers. Crawling efforts has begun Play: Bang to toys together, pass object from one hand to another, initiate arm movements, splashing bathtub, and shaking rattle Adaptive skills : feed self pieces of food such as toast, crackers, and goldfish, beginning to munch instead of suck Social: imitate facial expressions and gestures like wave bye Language: may attempt copying sounds say here, babbling increases. They may be able to say mama or Dada but do not understand the meaning 1 year old Motor: crawl well, require support to walk, typically taking steps, exploring everything, open drawers, undo latches Play: handle objects by feeling them, poking them, turning around in hands. Taking objects in and out of containers Adaptive: drink from a cup, can also run spends a cross plates, began to cooperate with dressing. They require constant supervision during mobility Social: enjoys an audience. Repeat behaviors that are laughed at. Attention seeking by squealing Language: understand simple commands. Beginning two express choices of food or about whether it is time to go to bed. Using more words 18 months Motor: walking maybe running, can push large objects and pull objects Play: scrabble with crayons, move toys or objects from one space to another, beginning to initiate adult behaviors like turning pages in a book and affection toward dolls Adaptive: feeding themselves has improved, hold own glasses to drink, cooperative in dressing, can unfasten zippers, becoming uncomfortable with being wet, maybe requesting to be changed Social: solitary level of play, aware of other children and enjoy them but typically do not engage them in play Language: vocabulary is anywhere from 3 to 50 words. Meaningless chatter, understands basic commands 2 years Motor: walking and running well, can use stairs by selves, but need constant supervision. Is able to throw ball overhead and string beans Play: very inquisitive, stack 6-7 blocks, exploring textures, tactile – sand, water, clay, enjoy looking at books Adaptive: listening and following directions, trying to button own clothes, washing own hands, more regulation with bowels, ]beginning to toilet train Social: parallel play– alongside each other, more aware of feelings, seek adult approval for behavior, saying no Language: put 2 to 3 words together, vocabulary is greater than 50 words 3 years Saturday, January 2, 2016 11:44 PM Motor: steady gait, stop quickly, beginning to ride a tricycle, participating in many different activities Play: developing imagination, cutting with scissors, controlled marking with crayons Adaptive: put on simple clothing on their own, toilet training is typically complete or close to completion. Toileting accidents are rare, usually at night. Beginning to use a fork in pour liquid from a small container Social: eager to please adults, interest in family and family activities, some cooperative play with other children but mostly still parallel, can be reasoned with at this age Language: using sentences that are more complex, expressing feelings pretty well, mastered information sessions last name, gender, and a few rhymes 4 years Motor: very physical, balance is good, carry a glass without spilling it Play: creative and imaginative, using costumes, pretend materials, cooperative with other children, and draw a simple figures Adaptive: very assertive, dress themselves, Master buttons and zippers, eat by themselves with fork and spoon, can use bathroom by themselves but still alerting the family Social: social and talkative, asking lots of questions Language: bragging and boastful, name-calling, speech is understandable, likes to tell stories–more complex, vocabulary greatly increased 5 years Motor: quieter, less active than four years old, more goal directed, is able to use rollerskates, jumped rope, can skip, concentration has increased, left hand/right hand dominance is recognized Play: more competitive, hide and seek, tag, singing songs, playing DVDs, building houses, imaginative and enjoying other children Adaptive: dressing self well, eating independently, visit neighborhood by themselves, still require assistance crossing the street Social: acknowledge rights of others, Aware of rules and interested in conforming to them, enjoy family activities Language: interested in what words mean, looking at books(Attempting to read), enjoys being read to, counting in colors, drawing numbers and let –tbrst not well 6-8 years motor: physically independent, challenging activities– walking on fence s Play: active play–kick ball and gymnastics, games –marbles, etc., playing with dolls at its height, love to pretend play Adaptive: self-sufficient – dress themselves, go to bed by themselves, trusted with allowance Social: lives began to focus on school and activities with friends Language: good pronunciation and good grammar has developed, understanding more abstract words, understanding puns and jokes, and reading begins 9-11 years Motor: dexterity, posture, strength and balance continue to improve Play: period Become finale of games and play of childhood, boys and girls separate into same gender groups Adaptive: formulating their own self identity, becoming more independent, and learning to focus on detail Social: shift from family orientation to peer orientation, friends become very important Language: large vocabulary, understand more abstract concepts, complex verbal and mathematical relationships
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