Måneder Milepæle indenfor udvikling Milepæle i forbindelse med mad Sådan skal du give dit barn mad
0 - 3  
  • Fødsel
  • Smiler
  • Tidlige grin
 
  • Suger og synker swallows
  • Udvider tungen udover læberne
  • Brystmælk eller modermælkserstatning
 
3 - 5  
  • Løfter hovedet
  • Smiler
  • Griner
  • Evnen til at se refleksioner i spejle og andre overflader
  • Samler læberne for at lukke munden
  • Rykker stille og roligt tungen ind og ud 
 
  • Brystmælk eller modermælkserstatning
 
5 - 6
  • Kravler
  • Udvikler sin stemme
  • Lægger mærke til sine egne kropsdele
  • Laver tyggebevægelser
  • Kan styre sin sugning
  • Åbner mundne for at sige ja tak til skeen
  • Drejer hovedet, så han/hun kan få mad
 
  • Måneder Milepæle indenfor udvikling Milepæle i forbindelse med mad Sådan skal du give dit barn mad
    0 - 3  
    • Fødsel
    • Smiler
    • Tidlige grin
     
    • Suger og synker swallows
    • Udvider tungen udover læberne
    • Brystmælk eller modermælkserstatning
     
    3 - 5  
    • Løfter hovedet
    • Smiler
    • Griner
    • Evnen til at se refleksioner i spejle og andre overflader
    • Samler læberne for at lukke munden
    • Rykker stille og roligt tungen ind og ud 
     
    • Brystmælk eller modermælkserstatning
     
    5 - 6
    • Kravler
    • Udvikler sin stemme
    • Lægger mærke til sine egne kropsdele
    • Laver tyggebevægelser
    • Kan styre sin sugning
    • Åbner mundne for at sige ja tak til skeen
    • Drejer hovedet, så han/hun kan få mad
     
      • Måneder Milepæle indenfor udvikling Milepæle i forbindelse med mad Sådan skal du give dit barn mad
        0 - 3  
        • Fødsel
        • Smiler
        • Tidlige grin
         
        • Suger og synker swallows
        • Udvider tungen udover læberne
        • Brystmælk eller modermælkserstatning
         
        3 - 5  
        • Løfter hovedet
        • Smiler
        • Griner
        • Evnen til at se refleksioner i spejle og andre overflader
        • Samler læberne for at lukke munden
        • Rykker stille og roligt tungen ind og ud 
         
        • Brystmælk eller modermælkserstatning
         
        5 - 6
        • Kravler
        • Udvikler sin stemme
        • Lægger mærke til sine egne kropsdele
        • Laver tyggebevægelser
        • Kan styre sin sugning
        • Åbner mundne for at sige ja tak til skeen
        • Drejer hovedet, så han/hun kan få mad
         
        • Brystmælk elller modermælkserstatning
        • Små mængder af ris eller korn blandet med mælken
        • Enkle ingredienser; frugt eller grøntsagspureer blandet med brystmælk eller modermælkserstatning
         6 - 7  
        • Sidde uden hjælp
        • Griber ud efter ting
        • Imiterer talelyde
        • Griber efter mad og madredskaber og rækker det mod munden
        • Sidder uden hjælp
         
        • Brystmælk eller andet mælk
        • Blandede ingredienser; purrer eller mos
        • Æggeblommer (kogt godt)
        • Fromage frais
        • Yoghurt
        • Kartoffelmos
        • Moste bananer
        • Æblegrød
        • Hvede/høj proteins kornprodukter
         
        7 - 8  
        • Sidde alene
        • Nå, tag fat i og flytte ting.
        • Sige ‘far’ og ‘mor’ til begge forældre
        • Begynder at kravle
        • Rækker ting fra hånd til hånd
        • Kan lettere kontrollere tungen, og dermed bliver det lettere at give mad
        • Drikke fra en kop
        • Kan spise mad der ikke er most 
         

         

        • Bidde stykker af en ost
        • Frugtjuice fra en kop
         
        8 - 9  
        • Stå med lidt hjælp
        • Kombinerer stavelser og ordlyde
        • Drikker fra en kop
        • Fortsår skeens funktion
         
        • Fingermadder
        • Små bløde bidder af hakket frugt og grønt 
        • Toastbrød
        • Tun
         
        9 - 12  
        • Vinker farvel
        • Kravler
        • Går en smule
        • Går fra hånd til hånd
        • Develops pincer grasp
        • Has rotary chewing movements
        • Holds and moves food into mouth
        • Tries to feed self
        • Enjoys food with noticeable lumps Able to bite through a soft biscuit
         

        Familiemad:

        • Blød 
        • Ikke for krydret
        • Grøntsager
        • Frugt
        • Korn
        • Brød
        • Bønner
        • Kød og fisk
        • Ost
         
        12 - 18  
        • Imitates others’ activities
        • Walking
        • Jabbers wordlike sounds
        • Indicates wants with gestures
        • Early talking
        • Uses a spoon effectively
        • Sticks out tongue and spits
        • Less frantic at mealtimes
        • Able to feed self quietly
        • Able to bite through harder foods depending on the presence of teeth
        • Drinks some water during the day
         
        • Whole milk
        • Whole egg
         
        18 - 24  
        • Talking
        • Running
        • Chewing more challenging foods
        • Chewing with their lips closed
        • By 24 months, able to manage any type of food (although choking hazards still need to be cut into small pieces)
         
        • From 24 months, any foods in smaller portions with less seasoning
        • Unpasteurised cheeses
        • Blue cheeses
         
        24 - 36  
        • Helps in the kitchen!
         
        • Family foods
         

    • Small amounts of infant rice or cereal mixed with breast milk or formula milk
    • Single ingredient fruit and vegetable purees mixed with breast or formula milk
     
    6 - 7  
    • Sit without support
    • Reaches for things with a sweeping motion
    • Imitates speech sounds
    • Grasps food and utensils and draws them towards the mouth
    • Sits without support
     
    • Breast milk or formula milk
    • Mixed ingredient purees and mashes
    • Egg yolks (well cooked)
    • Fromage frais
    • Yoghurt
    • Mashed potatoes
    • Mashed bananas
    • Apple sauce
    • Wheat/high protein cereals
     
    7 - 8  
    • Sit alone
    • Reach, grasp and move items
    • Says ‘dada’ and ‘mama’ to both parents
    • Starts crawling
    • Passes objects from hand to hand
    • Controls tongue for easier spoon feeding
    • Sucks from a cup
    • Tolerates non-pureed foods
     
    • Pureed meatsk
    • Bite sizes pieces of cheese
    • Fruit juice from a cup
     
    8 - 9  
    • Stands while holding on to a support
    • Combines syllables into wordlike sounds
    • Drinks from a cup
    • Understands spoon function
     
    • Finger foods:
    • Soft small pieces of soft, chopped fruit and vegetables
    • Toast
    • Tuna
     
    9 - 12  
    • Waves goodbye
    • Crawls well
    • Early walking
    • Cruising’ from handhold to handhold
    • Develops pincer grasp
    • Has rotary chewing movements
    • Holds and moves food into mouth
    • Tries to feed self
    • Enjoys food with noticeable lumps Able to bite through a soft biscuit
     
    • Table foods/family foods
    • Soft
    • Not too spicy (but not completely bland)
    • Vegetables
    • Fruits
    • Cereals
    • Bread
    • Beans
    • Meats, fish
    • Cheese
     
    12 - 18  
    • Imitates others’ activities
    • Walking
    • Jabbers wordlike sounds
    • Indicates wants with gestures
    • Early talking
    • Uses a spoon effectively
    • Sticks out tongue and spits
    • Less frantic at mealtimes
    • Able to feed self quietly
    • Able to bite through harder foods depending on the presence of teeth
    • Drinks some water during the day
     
    • Whole milk
    • Whole egg
     
    18 - 24  
    • Talking
    • Running
    • Chewing more challenging foods
    • Chewing with their lips closed
    • By 24 months, able to manage any type of food (although choking hazards still need to be cut into small pieces)
     
    • From 24 months, any foods in smaller portions with less seasoning
    • Unpasteurised cheeses
    • Blue cheeses
     
    24 - 36  
    • Helps in the kitchen!
     
    • Family foods
     

  • Small amounts of infant rice or cereal mixed with breast milk or formula milk
  • Single ingredient fruit and vegetable purees mixed with breast or formula milk
 
6 - 7  
  • Sit without support
  • Reaches for things with a sweeping motion
  • Imitates speech sounds
  • Grasps food and utensils and draws them towards the mouth
  • Sits without support
 
  • Breast milk or formula milk
  • Mixed ingredient purees and mashes
  • Egg yolks (well cooked)
  • Fromage frais
  • Yoghurt
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Mashed bananas
  • Apple sauce
  • Wheat/high protein cereals
 
7 - 8  
  • Sit alone
  • Reach, grasp and move items
  • Says ‘dada’ and ‘mama’ to both parents
  • Starts crawling
  • Passes objects from hand to hand
  • Controls tongue for easier spoon feeding
  • Sucks from a cup
  • Tolerates non-pureed foods
 
  • Pureed meatsk
  • Bite sizes pieces of cheese
  • Fruit juice from a cup
 
8 - 9  
  • Stands while holding on to a support
  • Combines syllables into wordlike sounds
  • Drinks from a cup
  • Understands spoon function
 
  • Finger foods:
  • Soft small pieces of soft, chopped fruit and vegetables
  • Toast
  • Tuna
 
9 - 12  
  • Waves goodbye
  • Crawls well
  • Early walking
  • Cruising’ from handhold to handhold
  • Develops pincer grasp
  • Has rotary chewing movements
  • Holds and moves food into mouth
  • Tries to feed self
  • Enjoys food with noticeable lumps Able to bite through a soft biscuit
 
  • Table foods/family foods
  • Soft
  • Not too spicy (but not completely bland)
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Cereals
  • Bread
  • Beans
  • Meats, fish
  • Cheese
 
12 - 18  
  • Imitates others’ activities
  • Walking
  • Jabbers wordlike sounds
  • Indicates wants with gestures
  • Early talking
  • Uses a spoon effectively
  • Sticks out tongue and spits
  • Less frantic at mealtimes
  • Able to feed self quietly
  • Able to bite through harder foods depending on the presence of teeth
  • Drinks some water during the day
 
  • Whole milk
  • Whole egg
 
18 - 24  
  • Talking
  • Running
  • Chewing more challenging foods
  • Chewing with their lips closed
  • By 24 months, able to manage any type of food (although choking hazards still need to be cut into small pieces)
 
  • From 24 months, any foods in smaller portions with less seasoning
  • Unpasteurised cheeses
  • Blue cheeses
 
24 - 36  
  • Helps in the kitchen!
 
  • Family foods