Pediatric developmental Chart

This developmental informational chart will help you determine if your child might benefit from receiving Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy. Listed are a few skills that your child should have at this age.

25 - 36 months (2 - 3 years)

Gross Motor: Physical Therapy

  • Jumps down 7" step with both feet taking off
  • Walk down stairs without support, one or both feet on step
  • Walk forward 3 steps on a line (28 months)
  • Stands on 1 foot for 3 seconds (32 months)
  • Rides tricycle forward
  • Runs roeward 30 feet in 6 seconds (30 months)

Fine Motor: Occupational Therapy

  • Cuts with scissors
  • Traces a cross
  • Traces a square
  • Catches a large ball

Speech and Language: Speech Therapy

  • Substituting or leaving off the final sounds of words
  • Approx. 70% clear speech
  • Understands approximately 500 words at 2½ years
  • Uses 200 clear words
  • Repeats two numbers correctly
  • P, b, m, h, n tend to be used well
  • Comprehends approx. 900 words at 3 years
  • Knows in / on / under / big / little stays consistent this needs to be either understands or uses
  • Uses 500 clear words at 3 years

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