Health Checklist

age

Vaccines

12 Months

MMR1

Vericella1

HEPA1

age

Vaccines

12 Months

Temperature measurement

Growth monitoring

Developmental follow up

Nutrition

Immunization

Clinical examination

Haemoglobin blood testing

Growth Chart

Boy

Month

Weight(kg)

Height(cm)

10

7.5-11.2 

67.7 - 76.2 

11

7.4-11.5 

70.2 - 78.9 

12

7.8-11.8 

71.3 - 80.2 

Girl

Month

Weight(kg)

Height(cm)

10

6.8 - 10.7

66.8 - 76.1 

11

7.0 - 11.0

68.0 - 77.5 

12

7.1 - 11.3

69.2 - 78.9 

Nutrition

• It is important for your child to eat 3-4 meals a day in addition to 1-2 as a snack with continued breastfeeding

• Place the child in a feeding chair at mealtimes to teach them discipline

Skills Chart

MOTOR SKILLS

Sits without support and can turn head

Explores environment and gets desired toys

Claps hands and throws objects without losing balance

Moves around while holding onto furniture

Figures out how to bend knees and how to sit after standing

SENSORY SKILLS

Listens to songs

Examines toys using fingers and mouth

Crawls to or away from distant sounds and objects

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Pronounces “mama” or “baba” in a meaningful context

Reacts to “no” and responds to easy directions

Responds to simple directions 

Babbles one or two words and mimics rhythms of speech

Notices where you’re pinpointing

FEEDING SKILLS

Uses fingers to eat

Develops better control of tongue and lips

Accepts an increasing variety of smells and tastes

Bites through soft food depending on the presence of teeth

Begins to take liquids from a cup though bottle feeding may continue 

Safety Standards

Make sure that small and sharp objects are kept away and not scattered on the ground

Maintain a safe surrounding, children at this age tend to explore a lot

Install safe caps on the tapered edges of the tables

Try to avoid the curtains with sling ropes hanging from the top which may lead to suffocation

Always place your child in a child’s car seat facing the front after the first year of age and ensure appropriateness of the seat to the child’s age and weight.

Things To Buy

Latches for kitchen and bathroom cupboards

Gates to block stairways and rooms that are off-limits

Plastic guards and/or cushions for furniture corners

Outlet covers

Small containers for finger-food snacks, as baby begins to feed himself

Pregnancy pillows

Toys:  Board books and busy boards engage her hand-eye coordination. Soft dolls, wooden blocks and squishy balls are also fun. When all else fails, your little mover will love playing with empty cups and containers from the kitchen.

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