The Pareto Chart is named after Vilfredo Pareto, a 19th century economist who
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Developmental Milestone Chart Use this chart to track your baby's progress each month. Don't worry if your baby hasn't hit some of the milestones yet, as every baby develops differently. 1 Month Holds finger when placed in palm Lifts head when lying on tummy Responds to sounds and movement Watches faces Recognises bold black and white patterns May follow sudden movement or objects with eyes briefly May begin to make sounds like 'gooh' and 'gah' May lift head at 45 degrees 2 Months Lifts head up for extended periods Watches his own hands First social smile may occur First Laugh may occur May do mini-pushups when laying on tummy BabyReviewsOnline.com 3 Months Can hold head upright for longer periods May recognize parents faces Closely watches moving objects and people Regularly makes noises Swipes at toys May start to dribble and blow bubbles May roll over from tummy to back 4 - 5 Months Regularly smiles and laughs Can support own weight briefly when being held in standing position Verbally responds in a conversational manner May grasp and hold toys Notices and turns toward loud sounds May imitate basic sounds May start teething May be ready to consume solids Can see different colors Often watches and plays with hands and feet May turn when name is called May roll from back to tummy 6 - 8 Months May sit without support for short periods Regularly imitates sounds May pass objects from one hand to the other May start crawling Lunges Forward Uses a raking grasp to bring distant objects closer May develop preferences for toys May say first recognisable words. Mama or Dada May briefly stand whilst holding onto something Complete head control BabyReviewsOnline.com 9-12 Months Sits without support Can easily pick up toys Makes walking movements when supported in position May understand and obey the word 'no' Stands while holding something Waves goodbye Can refer to correct parent as 'mama' or 'dada' Imitates others activities Plays games like peek-a-boo and patty cake Communicates with hand gestures Understands simple instructions May start to walk BabyReviewsOnline.com