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Early childhood COTA

Early childhood for COTA exam

Gross motor milestones at 18-24 months runs awkwardly, climbs stairs with both feet on each step, pushes/pulls boxes/toys
Gross motor milestones at 2-3 runs easily
Gross motor milestones at 3-4 walk up and down stairs one foot/step; walks on tip toes; pedals and steers tricycle
Gross motor milestones at 5-6 skips on alternate feet; walks on a line
Fine motor milestones at 18-24 months stacks blocks 4 tall; turns page in book
Fine motor milestones at 2-3 stacks 7 blocks; cannot button clothes
Fine motor milestones at 3-4 can button clothes; stacks 9 blocks
Fine motor milestones at 4-5 10 blocks; can cut on lines but moves whole arm
Fine motor milestones at 5-6 can thread a large needle
What is haptic perception memory of how something feels
What are ADL skills at age 2 pulls cloths out of drawer; will attempt to dress themselves; can mostly feed themselves
What are ADLS skills at age 3 Can do most of dressing; need help with fasteners
What are ADLs at age 4 can pretty much get dressed and do a normal routine
What is symbolic function and when does it occur ability to use representation (imitation, pretend play, language, drawing); age 2-4
When can a child organize and classify objects age 4
Authoritarian type dictator
permissive type "lassize-faire"
uninvolved type uninvolved
authoritative rules for kids; but will make exceptions (kids do best with this type of parent)
Created by: Marathoner1984 on 2013-06-06

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