Development Of Skills (Infancy)

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  • Created on: 03-05-18 09:04
Gross motor skills of a neww born.
Primitave reflexes .e.g. morrow reflex.
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Gross motor skills at 1 month.
lifts up head & some control of head.
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Gross and Fine motor skills at 3 months.
GROSS: reaches towards objects, lifts up head when laid on stomach. FINE: holds rattle for a few seconds, moves hands towards bottle.
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Gross motor skills developed at 4/5 months.
sits unsupported.
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Gross and Fine motor skills at 6 months.
GROSS: rolls over, can kick strongly, lifts head and chest when lying on stomach. FINE: move objects from one hand to the other, picks up dropped toys if in sight.
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Gross and Fine motor skills developed at 9 months.
GROSS: stands alone, holding on to something, tries to crawl & active movement of all limbs. FINE: begins to have pincer movement between finger and thumb &can release toys by dropping.
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Gross and Fine motor skill of 12 months.
GROSS: pulls to stand, walk one/holding furniture, may crawl upstairs & sits upright. FINE: good pincer movement, bangs things together, throws toys deliberately.
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Gross motor skill developed at 15 months.
can walk without help.
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Gross and Fine motor skills at 18 months.
GROSS: runs FINE: holds small objects, can hold a pencil.
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Gross and Fine motor skills at 2 years.
GROSS: kicks a ball FINE: eats without a spoon & can build a tower with blocks.
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Gross and Fine motor skills developed at 2/3 years.
GROSS: stands on toes, jumos off a step, can ride a tricycle. FINE: can use crayons competently.
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Gross motor skills at 1 month.

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lifts up head & some control of head.

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Gross and Fine motor skills at 3 months.

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Gross motor skills developed at 4/5 months.

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Gross and Fine motor skills at 6 months.

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