- Uncoordinated movements of arms and legs.
- Heads need support when being carried or moved from surfaces.
- Crying to communicate.
- Use of their TWO arms to push up from the ground.
- Hold head up more against gravity, but still requires some support.
- Use of all FOUR extremities to roll onto backside.
- Head no longer needs support.
- Push down on legs to do some weight-bearing.
- Fine motor: begin to hold toys.
Imagine the number 6 as a baby sitting up, with the rounded bottom part of the number 6 being their bottom.
- Begin to sit without support.
- Roll from belly to back and vice versa.
- Begin to bounce while being held.
6 upside down –
handstand? “pull to stand”
- Pull to stand and can stand while holding on.
- Get into sitting position and sit without support consistently.
Random fact, CRUISE ships average ONE thousand feet in length.
- Cruising (walking while holding onto furniture).
- 0.5 for half, as in walking up the steps, but not down.
- Begins to run.
- Walk up and down stairs while holding on.
Tricycles of 3 wheels, just like 3 years
- Beginning to pedal a tricycle.
- Going up and down stairs.
Think about school and what they do.
Number “4” also looks like a child standing on 1 foot.
- Hop and stand on one foot for a few seconds.
Playing with their peers.
- Stand on one foot much longer.
- Climb (such as on the playground).