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Development table: Physical
Birth to 8 month
Reaches towards interesting objects
Puts hand/objects in mouth
Repeatedly grasps and releases objects
Lifts and holds up head
Sits up alone
Rolls over
8 to 18 months
Sits in chairs
Pulls self to stand
Walks when led, then alone
Throws objects
Climbs stairs
Walks backwards
Cooperates during dressing
Handles finger foods
Uses spoons and cups
Scribbles with crayons
18 to 36 months
Walks up/down stairs
Stands on one foot
Stands and walks on tiptoes
Development table: Thinking and learning
Birth to 8 month
Uses senses (hearing, sight, smell, taste, touch) and reflexes to learn
Comforts self by sucking pacifier or thumb
Looks to others for information about social situations
Offer babies brightly-colored toys that vary in shape and texture (e.g., a bumpy ball; a smooth plastic block).
Use your face and voice to convey reassurance to your baby.
8 to 18 months
Becomes anxious when separated from loved ones
Actions become more intentional (e.g., drops food for dog to eat; rings bell to hear sound)
18 to 36 months
Understands that people and objects exist even when they cannot be seen
Thinks forward about the future and backwards about the past
Objects can be used to represent other things (bowl is used as a hat)
Imitates others' actions
Development table: Expressing feeling
Birth to 8 month
Expresses many emotions, including joy, fear, sadness, anger, pleasure, excitement, happiness, disappointment
Recognizes primary caregivers and expresses positive emotions towards them
8 to 18 months

Becomes nervous when primary caregiver is out of sight and strangers are present
Shows affection (hugs, kisses)
Expresses intense feelings for parents
18 to 36 months
Demonstrates pride and pleasure when accomplishes something
Expresses feelings of embarrassment and shame
Moods rapidly change
Feelings of fearfulness increase (monsters under the bed)
Labels feelings
Begins to understand others' feelings
Development table: Awareness of self and others
Birth to 8 month
Interested in own body
Enjoys looking at human faces
Starts and ends interactions with others by smiling and gazing
Distinguishes familiar and unfamiliar people
8 to 18 months

Responds to own name
Interested in other children; establishes relationships by playing and sharing objects
Listens closely to adult talk
Looks at self in mirrors
Becomes more assertive
Explores environment
18 to 36 months
Recognizes own power ("No!")
Enjoys playing and cooperat ing with other children
Controls emotions and behaviour
Development table: Communication
Birth to 8 month
Uses coos, grunts, facial expressions, cries, and gurgles to communicate
Body movements such as cuddling, eye contact, and arm or leg movements used to communicate
Babbles and talks to self
Looks at objects when named
8 to 18 months
Uses gestures to communicate needs and wants Learns and uses more words
Combines words to form simple sentences
Ask your child questions he/she can answer by looking around nearby and pointing (e.g., "Are those your shoes?").
Narrate events that are happening as you interact with your child (e.g., "You bounced the ball. I caught the ball, now I am rolling the ball to you.")
18 to 36 months
Sentences used to communicate feelings and needs
Listens to stories

Development and learning are interconnected as children need to develop certain skills in order learn other things. They can also be driven to learn some things, new skills or abilities as they wish to achieve a goal. An example of this is that children are driven to learn to walk, for this to happen, they need to have a sense of balance, coordination and further growth is required. The child will develop balance, strength in their legs, and improved coordination.

Once the child has learnt to walk, they can experience a whole range of different things, they can