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All About PEEDS

PEEDS Development in Play and Self Care

Exploratory Play 0-2 years <br> Child plays mostly with parent/CG
Symbolic play 2-4 years <br> Mostly parallel play with peers, language development, mostly imaginative in nature; pretend play/ child imitates parents/teachers
Creative Play 4-7 years <br> Cooperative peer group; Child begins to master skills that promote performance of school and work
Game Play 7-12 years <br> Friends become important for validation, child participates in games with rules, competition, social interaction
Facilitate lip closure by applying slight upward pressure under the child's lip
Facilitate swallow by slight downward pressure of the spoon on the middle of the tongue
Facilitate chewing by placement of foods, such as long soft cooked vegetables, b/w gum and teeth
Takes cereal or baby food from spoon 5-7 months
Attempts to hold bottle/ may not retrieve it if it falls <br> Holds/tries to eat cracker but sucks on it instead <br> Consumes small food that dissolves in mouth <br> Grabs spoon, but sucks on either end of it 6-9 months
Finger feeds self a portion of meals; macaroni, peas, dry cereal <br> Objects if fed by adult 9-13 months
Dips spoon in food; spills food by inverting spoon before it goes into mouth 1y - 1y 2m
Scocops food with spoon and brings it to mouth 1y 3m - 1y 6m
Stabs at food with fork; proficient with spoon, eats cereal with milk with utensil 2y - 2y 6m
Cooperates with dressing, holds out and pushes arms and feet through; pulls shoes & socks off. 1 y
Removes unfastened coat; Helps pull down pants; Finds armholes in pull over shirt 2 y
Removes pants with elastic waist; Puts on front-button coat or shirt/ unbuttons large buttons 2.5 y
Min A with pull over shirt; puts on shoes that maybe be on wrong foot; Zips/Unzips jacket once on track; Needs help with removing pullover shirt 3 y
Finds front of clothing; Snaps/hooks front fastener; Puts on mittens, buttons series of 3-4 buttons; unbuckles shoes or belt; dresses with supervision 3.5 y
(I) removes pullover; buckles shoes or belt; zips jacket zipper; puts on socks correctly; puts on shoes w/ assist for tying laces; consistently identifies front or back of garment 4y
Puts belt in loops 4.5 y
Ties and unties knots; dresses independently 5 y
closes back zipper, ties bows, buttons back buttons, snaps back snaps 6 y
Indicates discomfort when wet or soiled 1 y
Sits on toilet when placed there and supervised 1.5 y
Urinates regularly 2 y
Achieves regulated toileting with occasional daytime accidents; rarely has bowel accidents; tells adult that he or she has to go; may need reminders and help to get on toilet 2.5 y
goes to bathroom independently; may need help with wiping; may need help with fasteners or difficult clothing 3 y
Is independent with toileting, (wiping, flushing, washing hands, clothing management) 4-5 y
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