Baby is born
13-18 months : pysical-The toddler may eat less but eats frequently throughout the day. -They get better at feeding themselves but spills are still expected.
-Toddlers may grow less quickly than during infancy.
- They can also drink from a cup with help,scribble and stack blocks.
13-18 months : cognitive-Toddlers can name familiar people,objects, body parts.
-Their attention span is very short.
-They also are curious and uses "NO" alot.
-Toddlers also point to the objects they want and combine two words to form a basic sentence.
19-24 months: physicalToddlers can stand on the tip of their toes. They can throw balls, kick them forward and walk, climb,digs and walk up and down stairs on their own. They start to show an interest in potty training and rite now they are the most active than at any other point in their lives
19-24 months:cognitive-Toddlers start to express their feelings and wishs and follow simple directions.
-Their attention spans is still short and they use three or more words in cobination .
-They can memorize short rhymes and join in simple songs.
-Toddlers have trouble making choices but they want to make choices and think about ding something before doing it.
25-30 months:pysicalThey can ride a tricycle, catch a ball and stand on one foot
They walk on their tip toes and jump horizontally.
Toddlers can handle small objects such as puzzles
They can smear or daub paint or draw in circlar motions
Toddlers grow about 3 inches in a year
25-30 months:cognitive-At this age they learn best by doing and needs a variety of activities.
-They need a balance between indoors and outdoors and between active and quiet play
-They can communicate their needs, ideas, and questions
31-36 months:pysical-They ca nrun on tip toes, gallop,hop on one foot, swing, skip and throw a ball overhand
- Toddlers like unzipping, unsnapping,and unbottoning their clothing
-They are very active and aggressive in their playing
31-36 months :cognitive-Toddlers ask a lot of questions and are very talkative
-Their lanuage includes silly words and profanity and enjoys serious discussions
Their classification skills and reasoning ability are developing