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Young Infants Birth - 6 Months Can hold up their head Can roll over Communicate by cooing “Goo Goo-Ga Ga”
Older Infants 6 – 12 Months Begin to eat solid foods Can sit up, crawl, and stand Speak their first word
Young Toddlers 12 – 24 Months Can feed themselves Walk, climb steps, and run Very curious “No!” Short sentences
Older Toddlers 24 – 36 Months Can catch and throw Potty training Dress themselves Begin to understand “right” from “wrong”
Preschoolers 3 – 5 Years Can write their name Learn ABC’s and 123’s Learn to share with others Experience new emotions “Jealousy”
School- Age Children 5 – 10 years Team sports Begin school Learn academic subjects Begin to experience stress
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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