Readiness Quiz - Age 1

The first year of life is the most rapid period of development. During the first 6 weeks of life, the child gradually becomes aware of his or her surroundings. The child is very attached to the primary caregiver, usually the mother. Gentle care during feeding, changing and bathing are essential. The child begins to reach out to the world around him or her and also begins exploring objects with the hands and mouth. Quickly during the last of the first year, the child will sit up, crawl, begin to play with people and objects and wave bye-bye and look for his or her primary caregiver. All of these milestones let the parents and caregivers know that the child is developing normally.

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Sits without assistance
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Crawls on hands and knees
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Stands for a few seconds
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Picks up small things with finger and thumb
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Plays peek-a-boo
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Puts foot out for putting on a shoe or sock
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Begins to play/explore simple toys such as blocks and balls
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Understands “No”
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Waves “Bye Bye”
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Responds to “Where is Mama?”
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Shy with strangers
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Uses sounds or gestures (other than crying) to get the attention of others
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Eats food with fingers
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