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    Early Childhood Developmental Milestones

    Recognizing early childhood developmental milestones in the five capacities (cognitive, communication, social-emotional, adaptive, and physical development) is important for any person who will be working with children. Reminder: Children are individuals. This information is a generally accepted guide of expected development, but some infants may progress faster or slower.

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    True or False.

    "Mouthing toys" is an expected cognitive developmental skill for infants between birth and three months of age.

    2

    True or False.

    "Producing three or more consonants" is an expected communication developmental skills for infants between birth and three months of age.

    3

    True or False.

    "Recognizing familiar faces and objects" is an expected social-emotional developmental skill for infants between birth and three months of age.

    4

    True or False.

    "Feeding self" is an expected adaptive developmental skill for infants between birth and three months of age.

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    True or False.

    "When lying on stomach, raising head briefly" is an expected physical developmental skill for infants between birth and three months of age.