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idterm Study Guide Week 1: Early child development notes (chapter 6): Toddler: 12-24 months Preschoolers: 2-5 years old WHO growth charts should be used to measure weight and length for children less than 24 months CDC weight and length charts used for children older than 24 months Average 24 month weighs 26 lbs, length 33.5 in and HC 18.5 in Most have no palpable fontanelle by 12 months Ant fontanelle closes by 18-19 months 3-6 yrs weight gain expectation is 4.5-6.5 lbs/year 3-6 yrs height gain expectation is 2.5-3.5 inches/yr 4 yrs length at birth has doubled 4-5 years old legs grow faster than rest of the body Use of dominant hand may appear as early as 8-12 months generally emerges 2-4 years old; handedness established at 5yrs May develop bowel and bladder control by age 3, but many will not. Boys usually take longer than girls to maintain bedtime bladder control. Articulation: -24 months- 25% is understood by a stranger -24m-36m- 66% is understood by a stranger -3 years old- 90% should be understood by a stranger 3 and 4-year-old have a normal hesitance or show stuttering, considered abnormal if beyond 5 years of age Speech problems often can be from lack of stimulation, hearing problems, ear infections, developmental delay. Early detection important.

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idterm Study Guide Week 1: Early child development notes (chapter 6): Toddler: 12-24 months Preschoolers: 2-5 years old WHO growth charts should be used to measure weight and length for children less than 24 months CDC weight and length charts used for children older than 24 months Average 24 month weighs 26 lbs, length 33.5 in and HC 18.5 in Most have no palpable fontanelle by 12 months Ant fontanelle closes by 18-19 months 3-6 yrs weight gain expectation is 4.5-6.5 lbs/year 3-6 yrs height gain expectation is 2.5-3.5 inches/yr 4 yrs length at birth has doubled 4-5 years old legs grow faster than rest of the body Use of dominant hand may appear as early as 8-12 months generally emerges 2-4 years old; handedness established at 5yrs May develop bowel and bladder control by age 3, but many will not. Boys usually take longer than girls to maintain bedtime bladder control. Articulation: -24 months- 25% is understood by a stranger -24m-36m- 66% is understood by a stranger -3 years old- 90% should be understood by a stranger 3 and 4-year-old have a normal hesitance or show stuttering, considered abnormal if beyond 5 years of age Speech problems often can be from lack of stimulation, hearing problems, ear infections, developmental delay. Early detection important.

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idterm Study Guide Week 1: Early child development notes (chapter 6): Toddler: 12-24 months Preschoolers: 2-5 years old WHO growth charts should be used to measure weight and length for children less than 24 months CDC weight and length charts used for children older than 24 months Average 24 month weighs 26 lbs, length 33.5 in and HC 18.5 in Most have no palpable fontanelle by 12 months Ant fontanelle closes by 18-19 months 3-6 yrs weight gain expectation is 4.5-6.5 lbs/year 3-6 yrs height gain expectation is 2.5-3.5 inches/yr 4 yrs length at birth has doubled 4-5 years old legs grow faster than rest of the body Use of dominant hand may appear as early as 8-12 months generally emerges 2-4 years old; handedness established at 5yrs May develop bowel and bladder control by age 3, but many will not. Boys usually take longer than girls to maintain bedtime bladder control. Articulation: -24 months- 25% is understood by a stranger -24m-36m- 66% is understood by a stranger -3 years old- 90% should be understood by a stranger 3 and 4-year-old have a normal hesitance or show stuttering, considered abnormal if beyond 5 years of age Speech problems often can be from lack of stimulation, hearing problems, ear infections, developmental delay. Early detection important.

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