Module 15 Lesson 1 Practice

By: Catherine Jackson

2 months

At 2 months, a baby will begin to look at their parents and smiling, which is shown in the picture. The child will also being cooing, reacting to noises, following objects with their eyes, and pushing up when they're on their stomachs.

4 Months

At 4 months, your child will begin to increase their motor skills. They will begin to move toys, shake rattles, and grab anything in their reach.

6 Months

At 6 months, your child will begin to babble, making several different noises. They will also be able to recognize people and fear strangers at this point of their development.

9 Months

At 9 months, your baby should be able to begin crawling and pulling themselves to standing. Their motor skills also increase by being able to grasp small foods and other things in just on of their hands.

12 Months

At 12 months old, your baby should finally be able to begin walking. They will begin to also understand simple directions and start to use items correctly.

18 Months

At 18 months, your child will begin to be able to play pretend and point to body parts. Your child will also have increased vocabulary, be able to drink from a cup, and move up and down steps.

2 Years

At 2 years of age, your child will begin to play with other children, as well as beginning to run and stand on their tiptoes.

3 Years

At 3 years of age, children will be talking much more correctly naming things, asking simple questions, sorting objects, saying their own names, and overall speaking more clearly.

4 Years

At 4 years of age, children will begin to peddle a bicycle or tricycle, catch a bouncing ball, and overall become more independent.

Work Cited

All of my images are from google images.