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Motor & Visual Milestones (Four to Seven Months)

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Gross and Fine Motor Movements
  • Supports head without any lag
  • Reaches with one hand
  • Transfers object from hand to hand
  • Grasps objects with whole hand (raking grasp)
  • Rolls over in both directions (from front to back and back to front)
  • Sits with, and then without, support of hands
  • Bears weight on legs
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Visual Milestones
  • Develops full color vision
  • Distance vision matures (Vision 20/40 at approximately 4 months of age and 20/20 by 6 months)
 

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