Developmental Milestones Quiz - Alt Text Version
Question 1: What milestone is this 4-month-old showing?
Answer: While lying on her stomach, this baby has pushed up to her elbows. Most babies are able to do this by the time they are 4 months old.
Question 2: What milestone is this 6-month-old showing?
Answer: She’s reaching for her toy! By the time most infants are 6 months old, they show curiosity about things and try to get things that are out of reach.
Question 3: What milestone is this 9-month-old showing?
Answer: This little guy is standing while holding his mom’s hands. Most babies are able to stand holding on by the time they are 9 months old.
Question 4: What milestone is this 1-year-old showing?
Answer: She’s clapping just like her mom! By the time most babies are 1 year old, they are able to copy gestures.
Question 5: What milestone is this 18-month-old showing?
Answer: She’s giving her toy to an adult. Most toddlers like to hand things to others as play by the time they are 18 months old.
Question 6: What milestone is this 2-year-old showing?
Answer: He’s washing his hands almost by himself. Notice how his caregiver is there, but he’s rubbing his hands together without her help? He’s becoming more and more independent – something most children do by the time they turn 2.
Question 7: What milestone is this 3-year-old showing?
Answer: This preschooler is helping the lady take a pretend phone call on her play phone. By the time most children are 3 years old, they play make-believe with dolls, animals, and people.
If your child is not meeting the milestones for his or her age or if you think there could be a problem with the way your child plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves, talk to your child’s doctor and share your concerns. Don’t wait. Acting early can make a real difference!
Learn more about developmental milestones: www.cdc.gov/milestones
- Page last reviewed: November 28, 2017
- Page last updated: November 28, 2017
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