• Infants

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  • COMMUNICATION

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    • Baby makes high-pitched squeals.
    • When playing with sounds, baby makes grunting, growling, or other deep-toned sounds.
    • If you call the baby when you are out of sight, baby looks in the direction of your voice
    • When a loud noise occurs, baby turns to see where the sound came from baby makes sounds like “da,” “ga,” “ka,” and “ba”.
    • If you copy the sounds your baby makes, your baby repeats the same sounds back to you?
    • When you call to the baby when you are out of sight, she looks in the direction of your voice
    • When a loud noise occurs, the baby turns to see where the sound came from
    • If you copy the sounds the baby makes, he repeats the same sound back to you baby makes sounds like da,” “ga,” “ka”ba”
    • Baby responds to the tone of your voice and stops his activity at least briefly when you say “no-no” to him
    • Baby makes two similar sounds like “ba-ba,” “da-da,” or “ga-ga” (The sounds do not need to mean anything.)
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  • GROSS MOTOR SKILLS

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    • While the baby is on his back, he lift his legs high enough to see his feet
    • When your baby is on her tummy, she straighten both arms and push her whole chest off the bed or floor
    • Baby rolls from his back to his tummy, getting both arms out from under him
    • When you put your baby on the floor, she leans on her hands while sitting (If she already sits up straight without leaning on her hands)
    • If you hold both hands just to balance the baby, he supports his own weight while standing
    • Baby gets into a crawling position by getting up on her hands and knees
    • When you put the baby on the floor, she leans on her hands while sitting? (If she already sits up straight without leaning on her hands, mark “yes” for this item.)
    • baby rolls from his back to his tummy, getting both arms out from under him
    • baby gets into a crawling position by getting up on her hands and knees
    • If you hold both hands just to balance your baby, he support his own weight while standing
    • When sitting on the floor, the baby sits up straight for several minutes without using her hands for support
    • When you stand the baby next to furniture or the crib rail, he holds on without leaning his chest against the furniture for support
  • FINE MOTOR SKILLS

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    • Baby grabs a toy you offer and look at it, wave it about, or chews on it for about 1 minute
    • Baby reaches for or grasps a toy using both hands at once
    • Your baby reaches for a crumb or Cheerio and touches it with his finger or hand
    • Baby picks up a small toy, holding it in the center of her hand with her fingers around it
    • baby tries to pick up a crumb or Cheerio by using his thumb and all of his fingers in a raking motion, even if he isn’t able to pick it up
    • baby picks up a small toy with only one hand
    • When a toy is in front of the baby, she reach for it with both hands
    • When the baby is on his back, he turns his head to look for a toy when he drops it
    • When baby is on her.back, she tries to get a toy she has dropped if she can see it
    • Baby pick up a toy and put it in his mouth
    • Baby passes a toy back and forth from one hand to the other
    • Baby plays by banging a toy up and down on the floor or table
    • Baby reaches for a crumb or Cheerio and touches it with her finger or hand? (If she already picks up a small object, mark “yes” for this item.)
    • The baby picks up a small toy, holding it in the center of his hand with his fingers around it
    • Baby gets into a crawling position by getting up on her hands and knees
    • Baby try to pick up a crumb or Cheerio by using her thumb and all of her fingers in a raking motion, even her thumb and all of her fingers in a raking motion, even if she isn’t able to pick it up (If she already picks up a crumb or Cheerio
    • Baby successfully pick up a crumb or Cheerio by using his thumb and all of his fingers in a raking motion? (If he already picks up a crumb or Cheerio)
    • Baby picks up a small toy with the tips of her thumb and finger
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  • PROBLEM SOLVING

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    • Baby picks up a toy and put it in his mouth
    • When the baby is on her back, she tries to get a toy she has dropped if she can see it
    • Baby plays by banging a toy up and down on the floor or table
    • Your baby passes a toy back and forth from one hand to the other
    • Your baby picks up two small toys, one in each hand, and holds onto them for about 1 minute
    • When holding a toy in his hand, the baby bangs it against another toy on the table
  • PERSONAL SOCIAL

    Capacity to recognize, create, reproduce,
    and reflect on music.
    • When in front of a large mirror, baby smiles or coos at herself
    • Baby acts differently toward strangers than he does with you and other familiar people
    • When in front of a large mirror, baby reaches out to pat the mirror
    • While the baby is on his back, he put his foot in his mouth
    • baby tries to get a toy that is out of reach (She may roll, pivot, on her tummy, or crawl to get it
    • When lying on her back, the baby plays by grabbing her foot
    • When in front of a large mirror, the baby reaches out to pat the mirror
    • The baby tries to get a toy that is out of reach? (He may roll, pivot on his tummy, or crawl to get it.)
    • While the baby is on her back, she puts her foot in her mouth
    • Baby drinks water, juice, or formula from a cup while you hold it
    • Baby feeds himself a cracker or a cookie
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  • MUSIC SMART

    Capacity to recognize, create, reproduce,
    and reflect on music.
    • Absorption: Child will learn to hear and aurally collect the sound of music in the environment.
    • Random Responses: The child will learn to move and babble in response, but without relation, to the sound of music in the environment.
    • Purposeful Responses: The child will also learn to relate movement and balle the sound of music in the environment.
  • KIDOKINETICS

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    • Our parent/baby program, led by our Infant and Toddler Coaches, uses bean bags, hula hoops, crawling tunnels, bouncy balls, soccer balls, footballs, cones, and more to give children the best possible fun and an encouraging start when it comes to early physical fitness and development.
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