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Toddlers Development

  • Baby is born!

    Baby is born!
  • 12-15 Months -Cognitive

    12-15 Months -Cognitive
    Notics actions from children and adults and loves mimics all actions.
    Shows intrest in new textures by rubbing fingers over surfaces.
    Has a very short memory span.
  • 12-15 Months- Physical

    12-15 Months- Physical
    May stand alone without support for a short time.
    Has improved grasping skills.
    Builds small towers and blocks.
    May climb stairs with hands or knees.
  • 16-18 Months -Cognitive

    16-18 Months -Cognitive
    Is very inquisitive about things .
    Remebers where objects belong.
    Identifies simple pictures in a book such as "ball" or "cat".
    vocabulary increases to six to ten words.
  • 16-18 Months -Physical

    16-18 Months -Physical
    May show hand perference to activities.
    jumps with both feet.
    Stand on ethier foot with.
    Walks fast runs stiffly.
  • 19-21 Months - Cognitive

    19-21 Months - Cognitive
    Can remeber familiar objects without seeing them.
    Likes to make marks on paper with big crayons.
    Has vocabulary of about 20 words.
  • 19-21 months-physical

    19-21 months-physical
    hangs from bar with grasping hands. holds two objects in hands easly.
    Use one hand more than the other.
    Can kick larger ball without steping on it.
  • 22-24 Month- Physical

    22-24 Month- Physical
    walks with coordinationand assurance.
    Lacks ability to stop quickly while runing.
    can seat self in small chair with ease.
    can throw bal in basketball.
  • 22-24 Months - Cogitive

    22-24 Months - Cogitive
    May distinguish between "one" and "Many"
    Has vocabulary of 50 or more words.
    Ask for food when hungry or ask for water when thristy.
    Understands more words than able to use.
  • 24-30 Months - Physical

    24-30 Months - Physical
    Baby fat begins to dissappear.
    Play on swing,ladders,and other play ground equipment.
    Opens doors by turning knobs.
    Throws ball over head but without aiming.
  • 24-30 months-Cogitive

    24-30 months-Cogitive
    becomes interested in T.V. vocabulary starts at 200 words and goes up 500.
    Uses 2 word sentence.
    Knows the difference between before and after.
    Is better able to plan a play activity and carrry it out.
    Likes to give affection to parents .
  • 30-36 months Physical

    30-36 months Physical
    Sits in adults chairs and may perfer these to smaller chairs.
    Throws balls over head but aim is still poor.
    Clibs quickly on juggle gym to get to the top.
    Enjoys games invovling running.
  • 30-36 months Cogitive

    30-36 months Cogitive
    Begins to classify objects into general categories.
    Can remember and follow 3 step comands.
    Identifies familar objects by touch.
    Vocabulary starts at 500 words and increases to 900 words. Recognizes self in pictures.