Please answer the following questions based on what you have observed in your 3 month old child.
Turns head toward direction of sound
Raises head and chest when lying on stomach
Has started rolling over unassisted.
Smiles at the sound of your voice
Makes intentional eye contact.
At 6 months, please answer the following questions based on what you have observed in your child.
Begins passing objects from one hand to the other
Pushes down on legs when feet are placed on a firm surface
Babbles consonant sounds, such as “m” or “b”
Likes to look in a mirror
Starts to say simple words like “Ma” and “Da”
At 9 months, please answer the following questions based on what you have observed in your child.
Pulls up to a standing position from the floor, using furniture
Creeps or crawls on the ground
Starts to say simple words like “Mama” and “Dada”
Points or goes for items they want
Loves opening and closing things
Understands simple one-word phrases or requests
May experience separation anxiety
Stands up without support
Can hold objects with 2 fingers.
Plays a simple ball game.
1 out of 6
Terrible twos ! Please answer the following questions based on your observations of your child.
Climbs onto and down from furniture unassisted.
Increasing episodes of separation anxiety toward midyear, then they fade
Builds tower of four blocks or more.
Increasingly enthusiastic about company of other children
Uses simple phrases with two to four words.
3 out of 6
Answer the following questions based on what you notice in your 3 year old child.
Pedals a tricycle (3-wheel bike)
Copies a circle with pencil or crayon
Builds towers of 6-9 blocks
Does puzzles with 3 or 4 pieces
Walks up and down stairs, one foot on each step
Carries on a conversation using 2 to 3 sentences.
Understands words like “in,” “on,” and “under”.
4 out of 6
Answer the following questions based on what you notice in your 4 year old child.
Is more and more creative with imaginative play.
Would rather play with other children than by himself.
Knows some basic rules of grammar, such as correctly using “he” and “she”.
Understands the idea of counting.
Hops and stands on one foot up to 2 seconds
Starts to understand time
Remembers parts of a story.
Draws a person with 2 to 4 body parts
Sings a song or says a poem from memory
5 out of 6