Skip to main content

Infant Communication & Education

Checklists for Developmental Milestones

Do you wonder about your child’s learning and communication skills? Have you found yourself wondering if your child is reaching their developmental milestones on time? Granite Bay Speech has developed a free, no-cost checklist to help you identify potential communication problems early.

Below are the instructions for a quick, confidential, and convenient test you may administer to your child at home.

  • Find your child’s age in the list to the right, and click on it to read the age-appropriate mile­stones.
  • For more detailed information, just click the age checklist link below to see typical developmental patterns.

If you or someone you know would like to communicate clearly and with more confidence – take the first step today by contacting us for a consultation.

Infant Communication & Education

An infant will say word-like utterances, appear to follow conversations, and stop to look at you when his or her name is used.

Child will vocalize words on a daily basis, understand about 50 words you say, and put objects in and out of containers.

Growing toddlers will begin to combine more sounds into two-word phrases, point to body parts, and make animal sounds.

Dramatic expansion in vocabulary skills occurs, speech is understood 75% of the time, and one-step directions are understood and completed with success.

Child’s brain activity and communication skills expand dramatically, they play cooperatively with peers, and use 2- to 3-word sentences.

Toddler takes turns in conversations on one topic for 2-3 minutes and understands two-step directions.

For more information and to see if your child is meeting the developmental milestones relative to his or her age, please see our Developmental Milestones Checklist page.