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Physical Development 

As a child grows, their ability to explore and interact also does too. It is important that parents keep track of their child's growth, but how can you be certain that your little one is developing age appropriately? Below is a guide to the motor skills that most children acquire along an age to age process.  


Some Signs of Physical Development by Age 

6 to 9 months

        - Sit steadily, push up from tummy, crawl, stand firmly                      when held, bring feeding cup to mouth, and explore                      objects by touching and shaking. 

 1 to 2 years old

        -Communicate verbally, waves hi and goodbye, walks,                   picks up objects, and able to feed self with spoon.

3 to 4 years old

        -Walk backward and forward, play actively, jump off short             distance heights, and stand on one foot. 

These are general signs of a child's physical development.

Should questions shall arise, please contact your child's pediatrician. 

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