Receptive Language   Expressive Language

- Turns heads towards voices

- Tracks eyes to source of   

   sounds

- Responds to own voice

 

- Cooing

- Babbling

- Different types of crying

  for pain, hunger, etc.

- Laughs out loud

   Receptive Language   Expressive Language

- Looks towards family

  members when named

- Comprehends "no"

- Responds to "bye bye"

- Follows simple instruction

 

 

- Explores voice by vocal play

  such as yelling, squealing, 

  rasberries

- Uses a variety of sound

  combinations

- Notice intonation in babbling

- First word appears

    Receptive Language   Expressive Language

- Understands and performs

  simple commands

- Identifies 1 to 5 body parts

- Responds to "bye bye"

- Responds to simple "WH"

  questions

- Identifies one to two objects

  from a group

- Put 1-2 words together

- Can use posessive forms, i.e.

  "daddy's chair"

- Comprehends up to 200

  words

- First phrase

- First sentence

 

    Receptive Language   Expressive Language

- Distinguishes prepositions in

  and under

- Disguishes between one and

  many

- Listens to simple stories

- Identifies objects by use

 

 

 

 

 

- Uses short simple sentences

- Talks when playing along

- Beginning to ask questions

- Identifies objects by name

  and use

- Beginning to use past tense

  (ed) and present progressive

  (ing) verbs

- Can name three objects in

  picture

- Repeats 3 digits

   Receptive Language   Expressive Language

- Improving listening skills

- Understands up to 1,500

  words

- 3-4 step commands

- Understands most

  conversation

- Can put together 4-5 words in

  a sentence

- Can carry on conversations

- Can complete analogies such 

  as "brother is a boy", "sister is

  a girl"

    Receptive Language   Expressive Language

- Comprehends up to

  1,500-2,000 words

- Understands and performs

  3-4 step commands

- Understands most

  conversation

- Speaks in complete

  sentences