Development or child through year 1 SG

  • physical development

    Movement,
    Refleces,
    Bowal Movement,
    Body Functions
  • Period: to

    1Months

  • socail development

    socail development
  • learning

    Capable of imitating facial gestures
    Can differentiate between familiar and unfamiliar faces
    Capable of mathematical reasoning (a quantitative skill termed numerosity)
    Recognizes that objects remain the same size and shape even if they are distant
    Capable of making predictions, creating and testing hypotheses about the real world
    Capable of demonstrating certain types of
  • talking

    Prefers sounds of familiar language to those of other languages
    Can discriminate between syllables within words
    Can discriminate mother’s voice from other women’s voices and prefers her voice to other women’s voices
    Capable of spontaneous ooh sound
    Heavy reliance on communication through crying, which can occur for several hours a day
    Pays more attention to human voices than to other sounds
    Smiles at the sound of a familiar
  • Period: to

    1-2 months

  • physical development

    attracted to patterns
    tracks objects to 8 to 15 inches away
    tracks slowly moving objects
    Can raise the head from a prone position
  • learning

    Capable of imitating facial gestures
    Can differentiate between familiar and unfamiliar faces
    Capable of mathematical reasoning (a quantitative skill termed numerosity)
    Recognizes that objects remain the same size and shape even if they are distant
    Capable of making predictions, creating and testing hypotheses about the real world
    Capable of demonstrating certain types of
  • social development

    Able to cry in response to another's cry (0-3 months)
    Can display the emotions of distress and sadness (0-3 months)
    Capable of showing contentment and joy (0-3 months)
    Capable of showing interest
    Expresses disgust
    Shows frustration and anger
    Capable of imitating emotional facial expressions of others
  • talking

    Prefers sounds of familiar language to those of other languages
    Can discriminate between syllables within words
    Can discriminate mother’s voice from other women’s voices and prefers her voice to other women’s voices
    Capable of spontaneous ooh sound
    Heavy reliance on communication through crying, which can occur for several hours a day
    Pays more attention to human voices than to other sounds
    Smiles at the sound of a familiar
  • Period: to

    2-3 months

  • physial development

    well developed, except for very quiet sounds
    prefers sweet smells over bitter
    recognizes scent of mother’s breastmilk
    prefers sweet over bitter tastes
    Brings hand to mouth
    Opens and shuts hands
    Can reach voluntarily for things
    depth perception begins to develop
  • learning

    Can differentiate between familiar and unfamiliar faces
    Capable of mathematical reasoning (a quantitative skill termed numerosity)
    Recognizes that objects remain the same size and shape even if they are distant
    Capable of making predictions, creating and testing hypotheses about the real world
    Capable of demonstrating certain types of memory
    Cross-modal Perception: Can relate what they feel with what they see
    Language
  • talking

    Prefers sounds of familiar language to those of other languages
    Can discriminate between syllables within words
    Can discriminate mother’s voice from other women’s voices and prefers her voice to other women’s voices
    Capable of spontaneous ooh sound
    Heavy reliance on communication through crying, which can occur for several hours a day
    Pays more attention to human voices than to other sounds
    Smiles at the sound of a familiar
  • social development

    Able to cry in response to another's cry
    Can display the emotions of distress and sadness
    Capable of showing contentment and joy
    Capable of showing interest
    Expresses disgust
    Shows frustration and anger
    Capable of imitating emotional facial expressions of others (
  • Period: to

    3-4 months

  • physical development

    Displays rooting and sucking reflexes
    Grasps and shakes hand toys
    develops full color vision
  • social development

    Shows frustration and anger
    Capable of imitating emotional facial expressions of others Enjoys social play with caregivers
  • learning

    Recognizes that objects remain the same size and shape even if they are distant
    Capable of making predictions, creating and testing hypotheses about the real world
    Capable of demonstrating certain types of memory
    Cross-modal Perception: Can relate what they feel with what they see
    Language
  • talking

    Can discriminate between syllables within words
    Can discriminate mother’s voice from other women’s voices and prefers her voice to other women’s voices
    Capable of spontaneous ooh sound
    Heavy reliance on communication through crying, which can occur for several hours a day
    Pays more attention to human voices than to other sounds
    Smiles at the sound of a familiar
  • Period: to

    4-5 months

  • physical development

    Can take swipes at dangling objects with hands
    can discriminate among basic colors
    can focus on objects up to 3 feet away
    can use movement to identify objects
  • social development

    Enjoys social play with caregivers
    Becomes interested in mirror images
  • talking

    Begins grouping language sounds into specific categories
    Begins lip reading
    Capable of responding to own name
    Attempts to respond to sounds by making sounds
    Can verbalize happiness and displeasure
    Capable of responding to "no"
    Responds to and begins to map sounds of language
    Babbling includes short strings of consonants
    Learns to wait until someone else is finished talking before beginning to speak
    Can respond to simple v
  • learning

    Recognizes that objects remain the same size and shape even if they are distant
    Capable of making predictions, creating and testing hypotheses about the real world
    Capable of demonstrating certain types of memory
    Language learning begins
    Struggles to get objects that are out of reach
    Explores the world
  • Period: to

    5-6 month

  • physical development

    Can reach voluntarily for things
  • talking

    Responds to and begins to map sounds of language
    Babbling includes short strings of consonants
    Learns to wait until someone else is finished talking before beginning to speak
    Can respond to simple verbal requests
    Begins to use gestures and sounds to communicate
    Capable of uttering "dada" and "mama"
    Begins to understand that words can refer to physical objects
    Babbling app
  • social development

    Enjoys social play with caregivers
    Becomes interested in mirror images
    Begins to show the emotion of fear
    Develops stronger preferences for people/toys
    Imitates people during play
    Becomes increasingly shy or anxious with strangers
    Begins to test parental responses to behavior
    Begins to look to others' emotions before acting (termed "social referencing")
    Prefers primary caregiver above all others (9-15
  • learning

    Capable of making predictions, creating and testing hypotheses about the real world
    Capable of demonstrating certain types of memory
    Language learning begins
    Struggles to get objects that are out of reach
    Explores the world
  • Period: to

    6-7

  • social development

    Becomes interested in mirror images
    Begins to show the emotion of fear
    Develops stronger preferences for people/toys
    Imitates people during play
    Becomes increasingly shy or anxious with strangers
    Begins to test parental responses to behavior
    Begins to look to others' emotions before acting (termed "social referencing")
    Prefers primary caregiver above all others
    Separation anxiety increas
  • learning

    Capable of making predictions, creating and testing hypotheses about the real world
    Capable of demonstrating certain types of memory
    Language learning begins
    Struggles to get objects that are out of reach
    Explores the world
  • physical development

    can distinguish between lumpy and smooth objects with mouth
    depth perception begins to develop
    develops full color vision
    May sit easily without support
    Can reach out and grasp moving objects
  • talking

    Learns to wait until someone else is finished talking before beginning to speak
    Can respond to simple verbal requests
    Begins to use gestures and sounds to communicate
    Capable of uttering "dada" and "mama"
    Begins to understand that words can refer to physical objects
    Babbling app
  • Period: to

    7-8 months

  • pysical development

    Crawls forward on belly
    Lets objects go voluntarily
    Uses pincer grasp
    Places objects into and out of containers
    Capable of poking with index finger
  • learning

    Capable of demonstrating certain types of memory
    Explores the world
  • talking

    Can respond to simple verbal requests
    Begins to use gestures and sounds to communicate
    Capable of uttering "dada" and "mama"
    Begins to understand that words can refer to physical objects
    Babbling app
  • social development

    Becomes interested in mirror images
    Begins to show the emotion of fear
    Develops stronger preferences for people/toys
    Imitates people during play
    Becomes increasingly shy or anxious with strangers
    Begins to test parental responses to behavior
    Begins to look to others' emotions before acting (termed "social referencing") (
    Prefers primary caregiver above all others
    Separation anxiety increas
  • Period: to

    8-9 month

  • social development

    Becomes interested in mirror images (5-7 months)
    Begins to show the emotion of fear
    Imitates people during play
    Becomes increasingly shy or anxious with strangers
    Begins to test parental responses to behavior
    Begins to look to others' emotions before acting (termed "social referencing")
    Prefers primary caregiver above all others
    Separation anxiety increas
  • talking

    Begins to understand that words can refer to physical objects
    Babbling app
  • learning

    Can perform simple addition and subtraction exercises
    Acquires the notion of object permanence (that a hidden object still exists even if one can't see it)
    Memory improves
    Attempts to use objects "correctly" (using a phone, drinking from a cup, etc.)
    Explores objects in many different ways (shaking, banging, throwing, dropping)
    Take a Break with Books
    Can distinguish between two vs. three objects
  • physical development

    Crawls forward on belly
    Lets objects go voluntarily
    Uses pincer grasp
    Places objects into and out of containers
    Capable of poking with index finger
    Walks holding on to furniture
  • Period: to

    9 to 10 months

  • physical development

    Can sit alone
    Crawls forward on belly
    Lets objects go voluntarily
    Uses pincer grasp
    Places objects into and out of containers
    Capable of poking with index finger
    Walks holding on to furniture
    Stands alone easily
    Begins walking alone
  • talking

    Responds to and begins to map sounds of language
    Babbling includes short strings of consonants
    Learns to wait until someone else is finished talking before beginning to speak
    Can respond to simple verbal requests
  • learning

    Can perform simple addition and subtraction exercises
    Acquires the notion of object permanence (that a hidden object still exists even if one can't see it)
    Memory improves
    Attempts to use objects "correctly" (using a phone, drinking from a cup, etc.)
    Explores objects in many different ways (shaking, banging, throwing, dropping)
    Can distinguish between two vs. three objects
  • social development

    Begins to show the emotion of fear
    Imitates people during play
    Becomes increasingly shy or anxious with strangers
    Begins to test parental responses to behavior
    Begins to look to others' emotions before acting (termed "social referencing")
    Prefers primary caregiver above all others
    Separation anxiety increas
  • Period: to

    10 to 11 months

  • physical development

    Lets objects go voluntarily
    Uses pincer grasp
    Places objects into and out of containers
    Capable of poking with index finger
    Walks holding on to furniture
    Stands alone easily
    Begins walking alone
  • talking

    Responds to and begins to map sounds of language
    Begins to use gestures and sounds to communicate
    Capable of uttering "dada" and "mama"
    Begins to understand that words can refer to physical objects
    Babbling app
  • learning

    Can perform simple addition and subtraction exercises
    Acquires the notion of object permanence (that a hidden object still exists even if one can't see it)
    Memory improves
    Attempts to use objects "correctly" (using a phone, drinking from a cup, etc.)
    Explores objects in many different ways (shaking, banging, throwing, dropping)
    Can distinguish between two vs. three objects
  • social development

    Becomes increasingly shy or anxious with strangers
    Begins to look to others' emotions before acting (termed "social referencing")
    Prefers primary caregiver above all others
    Separation anxiety increas
  • Period: to

    11 to 12

  • physical development

    Places objects into and out of containers
    Capable of poking with index finger
    Stands alone easily
    Begins walking alone
  • learning

    Can perform simple addition and subtraction exercises
    Acquires the notion of object permanence (that a hidden object still exists even if one can't see it)
    Memory improves
    Attempts to use objects "correctly"
    Can distinguish between two vs. three objects
  • talking

    Responds to and begins to map sounds of language
    Capable of uttering "dada" and "mama"
    Begins to understand that words can refer to physical objects
  • social development

    Becomes increasingly shy or anxious with strangers
    Begins to look to others' emotions before acting (termed "social referencing")
    Prefers primary caregiver above all others
    Separation anxiety increas