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.

3 - 6 Months

Gross Motor: Physical Therapy

  • Lying on stomach, lifts head and turns to side
  • Standing legs straighten briefly
  • Lying on stomach, braces on forearms, head up
  • Looking side to side
  • Head does not lag with pull to sit (6 months)
  • Lying on stomach, weight bears on straight arms (6 months)
  • Roll stomach to back
  • Brings feet/foot to hands (6 months)
  • Sits steadily 30 seconds or more, may prop self on arms for support (6 months)

Fine Motor: Occupational Therapy

  • Hand to mouth coordination
  • Looks at object in own hand
  • Looks at environment
  • Hand plat at the middle
  • Holds and turns objects
  • Grasp in each hand
  • Transfers objects from hand to hand
  • Combining toys-banging together

Speech and Language: Speech Therapy

  • Reflexive sound making: produces K, I, G, H, ah, eh, uh
  • Differentiatef cry (true vocal communication begins)
  • Babbles to self, others and objects

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