Although babies develop differently, majority of the babies develops just like the following.
0 to1 month: Head aligned when held vertically. Rotates head and move legs while lying on stomach. When the head rotates to the right, the right arms and legs extend. Rolls to back when placed in side lying position. Arms and legs move while lying on their back.
2 to 3 months: Head aligned and stiffens legs when bounced three times. Raised head and chest then bear weight on arms while lying on stomach. Bear weight on legs for three seconds and show stepping reflex when placed in standing position. When pulled up to sitting the head maintain its alignment. Kick legs simultaneously while lying on their back.
4 to 5 months: Head and body aligned when supported around the waist. Reach toys up on eye level while lying on stomach. Bear weight on legs when supported three seconds. While lying on back, grabs the feet, and pull self to sitting when assisted. From lying on back, they roll to the side.
6 to 7 months: Maintain sitting while playing toy for about a minute. Bear weight on hands and crawl about three feet while lying on stomach. Rolls from back to stomach. 4. Pull self to sitting with better head control when assisted. From lying on back they can reach toys from the side.
8 to 9 months: Maintain sitting while pivoting the body and leans forward when falling backward. Move around while sitting and crawls about five feet. Bounce while assisted to standing and rolls using counter rotation on hips and shoulder. Pull self to sitting by holding on stable furniture. Maintain hands and knees stationary position while reaching forward.
10 to 11 months: Get up to sitting and reach forward for toys. Creeps forward with hands and knees. Walk sideways while holding on stable furniture and lowers body slowly. Raises to standing while holding onto stable furniture. 5. Balance in standing for three seconds and walk with one hand supported.
12 to 14 months: Maintain kneeling position. Creeps over parent’s legs and creeps up two steps stairs. Creeps forward with hands and feet. Pick up toys, walk about 5 steps, and turns half circle while standing. Roll the dodge ball and fling the tennis ball.
15 to 17 months: Creep backward down stairs about three steps. Walk forward, sideward and backward about 10 feet. Walk on stairs while holding on railings with dominant leg leading. Attempt to kick the ball slowly. Stand in straightforward line.
18 to 23 months: Stand up without holding on furniture or support. Walk on balance beam with one foot off the balance beam. Jump up two inches, down the 4 inches, and forward with one foot leading and jump forward. Kick the dodge ball forward. Pick up tennis ball and throw it while standing. Run about 10 feet. Walk on stairs about four steps with same foot leading while holding on railings.
24 to 29 months: Walk up stairs with alternate stepping but still walks down with same foot leading. Jump down the 16 inches chair or curb. Stand on one foot for a second. Walk on balance beam about three steps. Walk in different directions. Throw tennis or dodge ball about 7 feet forward.
30-35 months: Stand up with less effort. Walk up and down the stairs with alternate stepping. Catch, throw, and kick the ball. Jump down 18 inches chair, over 3 inches obstacle, and forward 24 inches. Stand and hops on one foot.
36 to 41 months: Pedals tricycle about 10 feet. Walk on stairs with alternate stepping independently. Jump forward 26 inches and down the 24 inches chair. Catch ball with hands while elbow bent. Stand on one foot for 5 seconds and hops 5 times.
42 to 47 months: Overhead throw tennis or dodge ball aiming at object. Catch tennis ball. Jump over 6 inches obstacle. Stand on tiptoes with hands on head and on one foot for 10 seconds. Hops on one foot 10 times.
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