fine motor skillsFine Motor Skills- Keeps hands slightly fisted or slightly open.
one monthFine Motor Skills- Keeps hands slightly fisted or slightly open.
Gross Motor Skills- Lifts head briefly from the surface in order to turn head from side to side when lying on tummy.
Emotional Skills- Reacts to discomfort and pain by crying for assistance.
Social Skills- Makes eye contact.
Cognitive Skills- Prefers to look at human faces es and patterned objects.
two monthsFine Motor Skills- Cycles arms and legs smoothly.
Gross Motor Skills- Can turn head when lying on back.
Emotional Skills- Is able to show distress, excitement, contentment, anger and delight.
Social Skills- Looks at a person alertly and directly. Prefers to look at people over objects.
Cognitive Skills- Shows obvious preference for faces to objects.
two monthsFine Motor Skills- Swipes at objects, gradually improving aim.
Gross Motor Skills- On tummy, can lift head and chest from surface using arms for support.
Emotional Skills- Becomes unresponsive if left alone most of waking hours.
Social Skills- Expresses delight.
Cognitive Skills- Makes first constant sounds- p, b,m,i
Gross motor skillsGross Motor Skills- Can turn head when lying on back.
three monthsFine Motor Skills- Can move arms and legs together.
Gross Motor Skills- Turns head vigorously.
Emotional Skills- Shows feelings of security when held or talked to.
Social Skills- Responds with total body to a familiar face.
Cognitive Skills- Is able to suck and look at the same time, thus doing two controlled actions at once.
five to six monthsFine Motor Skills- When supported under arms, stands and moves body up and down, stamping feet alternately.
Gross Motor Skills- Can sit supported for 15 to 30 minutes with a firm back.
Emotional Skills- May begin to show fearful behavior as separateness is felt.
Social Skills- May be able to play peek-a-boo game.
Cognitive Skills- Recognizes and responds to own name.
social skillsSocial Skills- May be able to play peek-a-boo game.
seven to eight monthsFine Motor Skills- Can lean over and reach while in sitting position.
Gross Motor Skills- Crawls.
Emotional Skills- Has increased drive for independence but senses frightening situations.
Social Skills- Enjoys playing with own image in a mirror.
Cognitive Skills- May say mama or dada but does not connect words with parents.
cognitive skillsCognitive Skills- May say mama or dada but does not connect words with parents.
ten monthsFine Motor Skills- Likes to walk holding caregivers hands.
Gross Motor Skills- Stands with little support.
Emotional Skills- Cries less often.
Social Skills- May be able to show symbolic thought by giving love to a stuffed toy.
Cognitive Skills- Speaks first recognizable word.
gross motor skillsGross Motor Skills- Stands with little support.
nine monthsFine Motor Skills- May be able to move along furniture, touching it for support.
Gross Motor Skills- Sits alone.
Emotional Skills- May show fear of heights; may be afraid to crawl down from a chair.
Social Skills- Performs for others, repeats act if applauded.
Cognitive Skills- Likes to look for contents in a container.
fine motor skillsFine Motor Skills- May be able to move along furniture, touching it for support.
emotional skillsEmotional Skills- May not always want to be cooperative.
eleven monthsFine Motor Skills- Is able to stand and pick up objects.
Gross Motor Skills- May carry spoon to mouth in feeding attempt.
Emotional Skills- May not always want to be cooperative.
Social Skills- Likes to say no and shake head to get response from a caregiver.
Cognitive Skills- Begins to find familiar objects that are not in view but have permanent locations (looks for cookies after being told he or she can have one).
one yearFine Motor Skills- Builds tower of 6 cubes.
Gross Motor Skills- Attempts to stand on balance beam.
Emotional Skills- Shows the emotions of pride and embarrassment.
Social Skills- Uses own name in reference to self when talking to others.
Cognitive Skills- Sorts shapes and colors
social skillsSocial Skills- Uses own name in reference to self when talking to others.