By this time, your child has celebrated his first birthday and is now considered a toddler. During this phase, children understand their surroundings better and get used to a routine. With growing age, they build confidence and enhance their abilities, They are now able to play independently.
This is the trickiest phase as now the little explorers start walking and running around the house, and you have to be extra careful that they do not hurt themselves. Thus protecting them from sharp edges and table corners and chairs becomes an important part of your daily schedule. Here is a list of gross motor skills that your child develops at this age.
Here is list of fine motor skills that your child develops at this age.
Here is a list of gross motor activities, to boost your child’s gross motor skills
Here is a list of fine motor activities that help develop fine motor skills in your little toddler:
Cognitive development during this phase covers the following:
Lingual development during this phase includes:
Cognitive and lingual skills enhancement goes hand-in-hand, thus similar activities help in sharpening their lingual and cognitive skills.
If your little one is 13 months or older, these are the social developments you should be aware of:
Children at this age need encouragement to play with other children or strangers. Here is a list of few activities that can encourage your child’s social development.
Disclaimer: The information in the article is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor.
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