18 months

Futaim Alsuwaidi
Mind Map by Futaim Alsuwaidi, updated more than 1 year ago
Futaim Alsuwaidi
Created by Futaim Alsuwaidi about 5 years ago
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This is the mind map of Child development [18 months]

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18 months
1 Physical development
1.1 Gross motor skills
1.1.1 Can walk steadily, stop safely, without sitting down suddenly.
1.1.2 Can Climb forward into an adult chair and then turn around and sit.
1.1.3 Can Kneel upright without support
1.1.4 Can squat to pick up or move a toy.
1.1.5 Can move without support from squatting position to standing
1.1.6 Can climb up and down stairs if their hand is held or using rail for balance.
1.1.7 Can crawl backwards.
1.1.8 Can run steadily but unable to avoid obstacles in their path.
1.2 Fine motor skills
1.2.1 Gross manipulative skills
1.2.1.1 Can point to known objects
1.2.1.2 Can build a tower of three or more bricks
1.2.2 Fine manipulative skills
1.2.2.1 Can use delicate pincer grasp to pick up very small objects
1.2.2.2 Can use spoon when feeding themeselves
1.2.2.3 Can hold pencil in their whole hand or between the thumb and the first two fingers (Primitive tripod grasp)
1.2.2.4 Can scribble to and fro with pencil
1.2.2.5 Can thread large beads onto a lace or string
1.2.2.6 Can control their wrist movement to manipulate objects
1.2.2.7 Can remove small objects from a bottle by turning it upside-down
1.3 Sensory
1.3.1 Recognize familiar people at distance
1.3.2 Realize that they are looking at themselves in the mirror
1.3.3 No longer take everything to their mouths to explore it
2 Cognitive & language development
2.1 Know the names of parts of their bodies, and can point to them when asked
2.2 Use 6-40 recognizable words and understand many more
2.3 Echo the last part of what others say (echolalia)
2.4 Over-extended words or signs, giving them several meanings (holophrase)
2.5 Begin waving their arms up and down, meaning 'start again', 'more' , or ' I like it'
2.6 use gestures alongside words
2.7 Indicate desire by pointing, urgent vocalizations or words
2.8 Obey simple instructions, such as ' Shut the door
2.9 Enjoy trying to sing
2.10 Refer to themselves by name
2.11 Recognize that people may different desires
3 Emotional & Social development
3.1 Remember where objects belongs
3.2 Play contentedly alone (solitary play)
3.3 Are eager to be independent
3.4 Are aware that others are fearful or anxious for them as they climb on or off chairs
3.5 Alternate between clinging and resistance
3.6 May easily become frustrated, with occasional temper tantrums
3.7 May indicate toilet needs by restlessness or words
3.8 Can follow and enjoy stories and rhymes that include repetition
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