Rapid deterioration of muscles and bone. Loss of hearing/vision. Weight loss. Loss of coordination
70 years +
Loss of hair/teeth. Sensory defects. Decrease in height / muscle tone.
Vision/hearing decline. Menopause. Reaction time slows. Gross motor skills decrease.
Adult proportions reached. Decrease in height and increase in body fat toward end of period.
Slowing of growth in height and weight. Muscle increases. Sex organs mature.
Pubescence. Motor activity becomes more coordinated
Marked difference in motor skills between genders
Permanent teeth come in. Begins to read and print name.
Can scribble and draw circles. Begins to dress self.
Language development up to at least 50 words and two word sentences. Bladder control
Can run and jump with both feet. Grasp and release. Understands several words and small phrases
Can walk unassisted and throw objects. Can also walk sideways and backwards.
Can stand up unassisted and begins to walk. Can climb stairs with help.
Balance. Can sit up with some support. Begins to crawl.
Eye and hand coordination. Moves by rolling and rocking
Teething. Can turn head in all directions
Can raise head and chest while lying on stomach
More hair grows. Attempt to hold chin up. Can reach for and hold an object briefly
Arm and leg reflexes evident, increase in muscle strength
Primary reflexes/sucking reflex, oral and visual sensory development