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Toddler Timeline Project

  • Birth

    Birth
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  • Physical: toddler from 13 to 15 months

    Physical: toddler from 13 to 15 months
    Toddler form 13 to 15 months may stand erect with only slight support, may stand alone without support for a short time. toddlers may improved graspingskills and needs to improved in manipulation skills and other kind of skills.
  • Cognitive: Toddler from 13 to 15 months:

    Cognitive: Toddler from 13 to 15 months:
    Toddlers from 13 to 15 months begins to form concepsts, explore different features of objects as studying them,has very short memory and alomost no forethought. toddlers slowly increases vocabulary to four to six words and responds to own name.
  • Physical: toddler from 16 to 18 months

    Physical: toddler from 16 to 18 months
    Toddlers form 16 to 18 months may be able to walk sideways, walks fast and runs stiffly, pushes and pulls large toys around the floor. Toddlers add hand gestures to spoken language and may turn knobs of radio and TV
  • Cognitive: toddlers from 16 to 18 months

    Cognitive: toddlers from 16 to 18 months
    Toddlers from 16 to 18 months gradually refines concepts, remembers where objects belong and identifies simple pictures in books. Toddlers vocabulary increases to six to ten words and says "no" more often than any other word.
  • Physical; toddlers from 19 to 21 months

    Physical; toddlers from 19 to 21 months
    Toddlers from 16 to 18 months walk sideways and backward, jumps forward and in places and hangs from bar,grasping with hands. Toddlers hold two odjects in hand easily, uses one hand more than the other and builds tower of five to six blocks.
  • Cognitive: toddlers form 19 to 21 months

    Cognitive: toddlers form 19 to 21 months
    Toddlers from 16 to 21 months progresses from simple initation to imaginative play, can remember familiar objects without seeing them and likes to make marks on paper with big crayons. Toddler has a vocabulary of about 20 words, constantly asks "what's that?", and likes to respond to directions.
  • Physical: toddlers from 22 to 24 months

    Physical: toddlers from 22 to 24 months
    Toddlers from 22 to 24 months walks with more coordination and assurance, jumps with both feet off the floor and can seat self in small chair with ease. Toddler shows increased coordination and smoother hand and finger movements,likes to play with medeling clay and holds crayons with thumb and foingers.
  • Cognitive: toddlers from22 to 24 months

    Cognitive: toddlers from22 to 24 months
    Toddlers from 22 to 24 months becomes interested in the outcome of activities rather than just the activities themselves, recognizes when pictures in book is upside down and identifies familiar objects on TV screen. Toddlers has a vocabulary of 5o or more words and imitates parents' words and inflections.
  • Physical: toddler from 24 to 30 months

    Physical: toddler from 24 to 30 months
    Toddler from 24 to 30 months may pedal a simple tricycle, remove unbuttoned clothes and zip up zippers and begin to show an interest in using the toilet. Toddler may walk upstairs and downstairs using one foot and then the other, holding the handrail.
  • Cognitive: toddlers from 24 to 30 months

    Cognitive: toddlers from 24 to 30 months
    Toddlers from 24 to 30 months may become aware of the sequence of numbers, when spoken, begin to solve problems by trial and error and complete simple puzzles.
  • Physical: toddlers from 30 to 36 months

    Physical: toddlers from 30 to 36 months
    toddler from 30 to 36 months may take part in group activities that include running, galloping, crawling, rolling over, and twirling around, put on and take off clothes and draw squiggles and say that’s her or his name.
  • Cognitive: toddlers from 30 to 36 months

    Cognitive: toddlers from 30 to 36 months
    Toddlers form 30 to 36 months match and sort similar pictures and objects, enjoy creative movement and make a plan before taking action. For example, your toddler may search for needed felt‑board pieces before playing.