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CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHART
SOCIAL
SELF-HELP
GROSS MOTOR
FINE MOTOR
LANGUAGE
Birth to 6
Distinguishes mother from
Comforts self with thumb or
Turns around when lying on
Picks up toy with one hand.
Vocalizes spontaneously,
Months
others.
pacifier.
stomach.
social.
Looks and reaches for faces
Social smile.
Reacts to sigh of bottle or
Lifts head and chest when
and toys.
Reacts to voices.
breast.
lying on stomach.
Vocalizes, coos, chuckles.
6 Months to
Pushes things away
Feeds cracker to self.
Sits alone… steady, without
Picks up objects with thumb
Wide range of vocalizations
9 Months
he/she does not want.
support.
and finger grasp.
(vowel, consonant-vowel sound
combinations).
Reaches for familiar
Rolls over from back to
Transfers toy from one hand
persons.
stomach.
to other.
Responds to name – turns and
looks.
9 Months to
Plays patty-cake.
Picks up spoon by handle.
Walks around furniture or crib
Picks up small object –
Understands works like “No,”
12 Months
while holding on.
precise thumb and finger
“Stop,” or “All gone.”
Plays social games: peek-
grasp.
a-boo, bye-bye.
Crawls around on hands and
Word sounds: says “Ma-ma” or
knees.
“Da-da.”
12 Months to
Greets people with “Hi” or
Insists on doing things by
Runs.
Scribbles with crayon.
Asks for food or drink with
18 Months
similar.
self such as feeding.
words.
Walks without help.
Picks up two small toys in one
Gives hugs or kisses.
Feeds self with spoon.
hand.
Talks in single words.
Stand without support.
Wants stuffed animal, doll
Lifts cup to mouth and
Stacks two or more blocks.
Follows simple instructions.
or blanket in bed.
drinks.
18 Months to
Usually responds to
Takes off open coat or shirt
Walks up and down stairs
Turns pages of picture books,
Follows two-part instructions.
2 Years
correction-stops.
without help.
alone.
one at a time.
Uses at least ten words.
Shows sympathy to other
Eats with spoon, spilling little.
Runs well, seldom falls.
Builds tower of four or more
children, tries to comfort
blocks.
Follows simple instructions.
them.
Eats with fork.
Kicks a ball forward.
Sometimes says “No”
when interfered with.
2 Years to
Plays a role in “pretend”
Dresses self with help.
Walks up and down stairs –
Cuts with small scissors.
Understands four prepositions –
3 Years
games.
one foot per step.
in, on, under, beside.
Washes and dries hands.
Draws or copies vertical lines.
Plays with other children
Stands on one foot without
Talks clearly – is
– cars, dolls, building.
Opens door by turning knob.
support.
Scribbles with circular motion.
understandable most of the
time.
“Helps” with simple
Climbs on play equipment-
household tasks.
ladders, slides.
Talks in two-three word phrases
or sentences.
3 Years to
Protective towards
Dresses and undresses
Hops on one foot, without
Cuts across paper with small
Understands concepts – size,
4 Years
younger children.
without help, except for tying
support.
scissors.
number, shape.
shoelaces.
Plays cooperatively, with
Rides around on a tricycle,
Draws or copies a complete
Counts five or more objects
minimum conflict and
Washes face without help.
using pedals.
circle.
when asked “how many?”
supervision.
Toilet trained.
Identifies four colors correctly.
Gives direction to other
children.
Combines sentences with the
words “and,” “or,” or “but.”
4 Years to
Shows leadership among
Goes to the toilet without
Swings on swing, pumping by
Prints first name.
Tells meaning of familiar words.
5 Years
children.
help.
self.
Draws a person that has a
Reads a few letters (five +)
Follows simple game
Usually looks both ways
Skips or makes running
least three parts: head, eyes,
rules in board games or
before crossing street.
“broad jumps.”
nose, mouth, etc.
Follows a series of three simple
card games.
instructions.
Buttons one or more buttons.
Hops around on one foot
Draws recognizable pictures.
without support.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHART
SOCIAL
SELF-HELP
GROSS MOTOR
FINE MOTOR
LANGUAGE
Birth to 6
Distinguishes mother from
Comforts self with thumb or
Turns around when lying on
Picks up toy with one hand.
Vocalizes spontaneously,
Months
others.
pacifier.
stomach.
social.
Looks and reaches for faces
Social smile.
Reacts to sigh of bottle or
Lifts head and chest when
and toys.
Reacts to voices.
breast.
lying on stomach.
Vocalizes, coos, chuckles.
6 Months to
Pushes things away
Feeds cracker to self.
Sits alone… steady, without
Picks up objects with thumb
Wide range of vocalizations
9 Months
he/she does not want.
support.
and finger grasp.
(vowel, consonant-vowel sound
combinations).
Reaches for familiar
Rolls over from back to
Transfers toy from one hand
persons.
stomach.
to other.
Responds to name – turns and
looks.
9 Months to
Plays patty-cake.
Picks up spoon by handle.
Walks around furniture or crib
Picks up small object –
Understands works like “No,”
12 Months
while holding on.
precise thumb and finger
“Stop,” or “All gone.”
Plays social games: peek-
grasp.
a-boo, bye-bye.
Crawls around on hands and
Word sounds: says “Ma-ma” or
knees.
“Da-da.”
12 Months to
Greets people with “Hi” or
Insists on doing things by
Runs.
Scribbles with crayon.
Asks for food or drink with
18 Months
similar.
self such as feeding.
words.
Walks without help.
Picks up two small toys in one
Gives hugs or kisses.
Feeds self with spoon.
hand.
Talks in single words.
Stand without support.
Wants stuffed animal, doll
Lifts cup to mouth and
Stacks two or more blocks.
Follows simple instructions.
or blanket in bed.
drinks.
18 Months to
Usually responds to
Takes off open coat or shirt
Walks up and down stairs
Turns pages of picture books,
Follows two-part instructions.
2 Years
correction-stops.
without help.
alone.
one at a time.
Uses at least ten words.
Shows sympathy to other
Eats with spoon, spilling little.
Runs well, seldom falls.
Builds tower of four or more
children, tries to comfort
blocks.
Follows simple instructions.
them.
Eats with fork.
Kicks a ball forward.
Sometimes says “No”
when interfered with.
2 Years to
Plays a role in “pretend”
Dresses self with help.
Walks up and down stairs –
Cuts with small scissors.
Understands four prepositions –
3 Years
games.
one foot per step.
in, on, under, beside.
Washes and dries hands.
Draws or copies vertical lines.
Plays with other children
Stands on one foot without
Talks clearly – is
– cars, dolls, building.
Opens door by turning knob.
support.
Scribbles with circular motion.
understandable most of the
time.
“Helps” with simple
Climbs on play equipment-
household tasks.
ladders, slides.
Talks in two-three word phrases
or sentences.
3 Years to
Protective towards
Dresses and undresses
Hops on one foot, without
Cuts across paper with small
Understands concepts – size,
4 Years
younger children.
without help, except for tying
support.
scissors.
number, shape.
shoelaces.
Plays cooperatively, with
Rides around on a tricycle,
Draws or copies a complete
Counts five or more objects
minimum conflict and
Washes face without help.
using pedals.
circle.
when asked “how many?”
supervision.
Toilet trained.
Identifies four colors correctly.
Gives direction to other
children.
Combines sentences with the
words “and,” “or,” or “but.”
4 Years to
Shows leadership among
Goes to the toilet without
Swings on swing, pumping by
Prints first name.
Tells meaning of familiar words.
5 Years
children.
help.
self.
Draws a person that has a
Reads a few letters (five +)
Follows simple game
Usually looks both ways
Skips or makes running
least three parts: head, eyes,
rules in board games or
before crossing street.
“broad jumps.”
nose, mouth, etc.
Follows a series of three simple
card games.
instructions.
Buttons one or more buttons.
Hops around on one foot
Draws recognizable pictures.
without support.