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Neuro Exam 2 Motor Milestones

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2-3 months
When can a baby hold its head steady while moving
6-7 months
When can a baby sit without support
8-9 months
When is a baby able to get to sitting on its own
8-9 months
When can a baby pull to standing without support
12 months
When can a baby stand alone
5-7 months
When can a baby roll back to its stomach
7-9 months
When can a baby begin scooting on its bottom and begin hands and knee crawling
9-15 months
When can a baby begin independent walking. Taking short uneven steps, wide BOS, and high guard position of the arms
2-3 months
When can a baby touch a cube (Fine motor)
4-5 months
When can a baby pick up a cube with palmar grasp (fine)
6-8 months
When can a baby grasp a cube with thumb opposition (fine)
9-11 months
When does a baby develop fine prehension or neat picker (fine)
13-15 months
When can a toddler stoop to pick up an object and regain standing
15-18 months
When can a toddler carry or pull an object while walking or creep down stairs
18-24 months
When can a toddler stand on one foot briefly
13-15 months
When can a toddler start independent walking with a wide BOS, walk backward a few steps, and walk up steps with external support
15-18 months
When is a toddlers running not coordinated or arm reciprocation
18-24 months
When is a toddler walking up steps with a step to step pattern, jumping off the bottom step, and heel strike and reciprocal arm swing
13-15 months
When can a toddler hold 2 cubes in the same hand, build a 2 or 3 cube tower, and fling a ball with elbow extension
15-18 months
When can a toddler turn book pages several at a time and build 3 to 4 cube towers
18-24 months
When can a toddler place pellets in a bottle and build a 5 or 6 cube tower
Preschool Gross motor milestons
What kind of milestones are these: throw a ball 10 feet, jump 1 to 2 feet, jump over things 12inches in height, throw and catch a small ball
Preschool locomotor milestones
What milestones are these: Gait pattern maturing, heel strike toe off phases of gait cycle are present, reciprocal arm swing is firmly established, walks a line for 10 feet, running form is improving
Preschool fine motor milestones
What milestones are these: Control crayons better, copies a circle or cross, matches colors, cuts with scissors, draws stick men, draws squares, hand preference
Early school age (5-8) Gross motor milestone
What milestones are these: balance and jump on one foot, jumps with rhythm and control, bounce large ball, kicks ball with greater control
Early school age Gross motor milestones
What milestones are these: mature gait patter present, stride length increases, skips, gallops
Early school age Fine motor milestones
What milestones are these: hand preference is evident, prints well, starts to learn cursive, able to button small buttons
Pre adolescent (9-12) Gross motor milestones
What milestones are these: mature pattern of movement in throwing, jumping, and running. improved balance, coordination, and endurance
Pre adolescent fine motor milestones
What milestones are these: Develop great control in hand usage, draw with perspective and depth, handwriting is developed
Adolescent (13) gross motor milestones
What milestones are these: rapid growth in size and strength, puberty leads to changes in body proportions, balance and coordination, eye hand coordination, and endurance may plateau during growth spurt
Adolescent fine motor milestones
What milestones are these: Develop greater dexterity in fingers for fine tasks such as knitting, sewing, arts and crafts