I’m officially back at work! Prior to going back, I did a little prepping to get back in the swing of things. One thing I wanted to do was freshen up on all of my milestones that occur in the first 5 years of life. I recently wrote a post on gross motor milestones, however I wanted a refresh on all the milestones. I’m working in the birth to 2 population this year. and wanted to have myself prepared. I went back through old tests that I do with the kiddos to refresh my memory, however I’ve come across some blog posts that were a whole lot better read than any boring test.
Early Years Milestones
Early Years Gross Motor Milestones(Pink Oatmeal): A summary of gross motor milestones from birth through age five.
Teaching Kids How To Dress Themselves(The Inspired Treehouse) – This post breaks down the ages that kids can complete various dressing skills. It has an awesome infographic that sums it all up!
Eating/Feeding Milestones For Babies and Toddlers (Your Kids Table)- Great information on eating and feeding milestones up to 24 months of age.
Development Guide For Fine Motor Skills (Therapy Fun Zone) – A quick review of fine motor milestones from birth to 5 years old.
Typical Fine Motor Developmental Milestones for Ages 0-6 (Golden Reflections Blog) – Another nice breakdown of fine motor skills from 0-6 years.
Tennis Ball Target Practice (The Inspired Treehouse): A fun game to encourage ball skills with a nice infographic of basic ball skills from 12-24 months.
Speech and Language 101 (Playing With Words 365) – She has links to several different posts breaking down the milestones by age all the way to 5 years old. An excellent resource!
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My store is full of resources to incorporate movement into therapy sessions, home and the classroom. In particular, I’ve created an early intervention motor milestone reference that I use during the school year as a quick reference!