13-15 monthsPhysical Development:
- Climbs on chairs, sofas, and tables.
- May climb out of crib, higher chairs, or stronller.
- Builds small towers of blocks.
- Is able to fit round block into round hole in form board.
- Shows interest in new textures by rubbing finging over surfaces.
16-18 monthsPhysical Developments:
- Works jigsaw puzzles with 1-2 pieces.
- Place round peg in a pegboard.
pushes and pulls large toys around the floor
- Define simple pictures in books, such as "ball" , "doggie" and so on.
- Scribbles freely and can also imitatestrokes in drawings.
19-21 monthsPhysical Development:
- Squats easily in play.
- Sits on floor from standing poisyion quite easily.
- Learns to distinguish different sounds and smell.
- Imitates simple actions on request.
22-24 monthPhysical Development
- kicks ball forward.
- Throws ball overhead but without aiming.
-May be able to draw crude on pictures and insterpret what they are.
- Distinguishes between vertical and horisontal lines.
- Can follow two-step commands
- Solves problems by imitating past actions.
24-30 monthPhysical Development
- I can walk up stairs one foot at a time.
- I can walk backward.
- I can balance on one foot which helps me climb.
30-36 MonthsPhysical development
-Trhrows ball overhead but aim is still poor.
- Jumps from any elevated object ,sometimes miscalathing height.
- walks on tiptoe.
- Can remeber and folllow three-step commands.
- Identifies familiar objects by touch.
_ becomes more skilled at putting puzzles together.