How baby develop in first 3 years

Introducing the general development of babies from 0 to 3 years old. This chart provides a helpful overview of the various milestones and abilities that a baby typically achieves during this stage of life. From smiling and cooing to walking and talking, this chart highlights some of the exciting and significant developments that occur during the first three years of a baby's life. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, or simply interested in child development, this chart is a valuable resource to have on hand.

0-6 Months:

  • Smiles and makes cooing sounds
  • Begins to follow moving objects with their eyes
  • Can hold their head up briefly while on their stomach
  • Reaches for and grasps objects
  • Rolls over from front to back
  • Sits with support

6-12 Months:

  • Crawls and/or scoots on their bottom
  • Pulls themselves up to a standing position
  • Begins to take steps while holding onto furniture
  • Babbles and imitates sounds
  • Uses gestures, such as pointing, to communicate
  • Uses simple words like "mama" or "dada"

1-2 Years:

  • Walks independently
  • Climbs stairs with support
  • Points to objects and names them
  • Uses two-word phrases like "more milk"
  • Begins to show interests in playing with other children
  • Engages in imaginative play

2-3 Years:

  • Runs and jumps
  • Kicks a ball
  • Begins to use utensils to eat
  • Uses three or more word phrases
  • Engages in imaginative play with props and dolls
  • Shows empathy towards others

This chart is a general guide and not all babies develop at the same pace. If you have concerns about your baby's development, it's best to consult with your pediatrician.

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