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Growing up!. Ages 0 – 6 months  Turn their head toward sounds and movement  Gradually holds own head up  Watch an adult's face when feeding  Smile.

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1 Growing up!

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3 Ages 0 – 6 months  Turn their head toward sounds and movement  Gradually holds own head up  Watch an adult's face when feeding  Smile at familiar faces and voices  Reach up to hold feet when lying on their backs  Look and reach for objects  Hold and shake a rattle  Put everything in their mouths  Sit up with support  Mainly milk feeds, begins weaning (pureed food)

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5 Ages 6 – 12 months Begins to sit un supported Roll over from their tummy to their back Begin to crawl or bum shuffle Pull up on furniture to reach a standing position Raises arms to be lifted Turns and look up when they hear their name Pass objects from hand to hand Look for things that have been hidden or dropped (object permanence) Reaches hand towards source of food May start to get first teeth Eats lumps in food, introduce finger food and feeder cup

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7 Ages 1 – 2 years Begin to walk Begin to feed themselves Push and pull toys while walking Wave goodbye Point or make noises to indicate wants Smile at familiar faces and voices Hold and shake a rattle Shake head for 'No' Uses thumb and first two fingers to grip Bangs objects together Crawl upstairs Begins to show preference for one hand Builds tower of few bricks

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9 Ages 2 – 3 years  Throws  Kicks ball  Builds larger brick tower  Uses pencil to make marks and circular scribbles  Runs safely on whole foot  Climbs confidently and pulls self up onto equipment  Walks up or down stairs holding onto a rail, two feet to a step  Feeds self competently with spoon  Drinks without spilling  Communicates needs for potty or toilet  Full set of 20 milk teeth

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11 Ages 4 – 5 years  Pedals  Uses scissors  Holds a pencil and can draw people/houses  Hops  Kicks with aim  Catches ball  Copy shapes and write some letters  Goes to the toilet independently  Dresses independently  Shows preference for dominant hand  Shows good control of large and small movements  Recognise own body needs; hunger, tired

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13 Ages  Skips  Rides bicycle  Jumps from height  Climbs confidently  Writes  Threads needle  Can do buttons, shoe laces  Loses milk teeth

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15 Ages  Enjoys teams games such as football, netball etc  Able to swim  Show increased body awareness  Show increased awareness of own physical skills  Perfecting and refining fine motor skills eg; fluid handwriting, writing speed increases  Girls may begin to show signs of puberty  Girls tend to be taller than boys

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