Infant Toddler Progress Report

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Infant / Toddler Progress Report Child’s Name: Date of Birth: Date of Enrollment: Cognitive: What new skills has the child demonstrated that show s/he is noticing, recognizing, thinking and learning about things Infant/toddler examples: tries to get a toy (s)he drops if (s)he can see it (6 months) ○makes toys move by pushing or pulling (6 months) ○ plays with clay (pounds, push, squishes the clay) (Late toddler) Report Date: Report Date: Report Date: Person Completing Report: Person Completing Report: Person Completing Report: Social / Emotional: What new skills has the child demonstrated that show s/he is noticing, recognizing and responding to others How does the child express his/her own feelings Infant/toddler examples: ○ watches hands (2-3 months) ○ smiles when (s)he sees you (2 months) ○ smiles and coos at self in the mirror (3 months) ○ acts differently toward strangers (7 months) ○ shows how (s) he feels (starts around 2 months) Report Date: Report Date: Report Date: Person Completing Report: Person Completing Report: Person Completing Report: This is an example of the type of progress report that licensees and educators may use to document the progress of each child..


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