Motor Skills

Your baby loves to cruise around the house now as his world of awareness is expanding. This is the time when you baby will start walking alone and climb upstairs with support. He can even kick a ball and open lids out of containers due to better hand-body coordination. Stacking objects into one another, up-righting towers, walking a moving toy are his favourite plays. He can even string large beads and turn pages of his favourite storybook. He looks forward to take out his socks, cap or shoes at every first opportunity. With increased dexterity he can now drink from his own special cup!

Language Skills

Gabble, babble, twaddle are not synonyms but literally how your toddler sounds most of the time. Kids aged 13-24 months have a very limited vocabulary which they heavily put to use such as Mommy, come, go, bye! But they understand more than they can express and can easily make themselves understood as well by pointing to objects. They even use simple punctuations in speech such as ‘Wow!’ or ‘Why?’ You might find your toddler talking nonstop to her toys but the words don’t make much sense. So when you see her trying to sing her favourite rhyme, you know she is on the right track linguistically!

Cognitive Skills

Now that your baby just celebrated her first birthday, time will simply fly! Now she remembers her daily activities and expects routineness. Her growing mental aptitude helps her understand the concept of time like ‘Now’ and ‘later’. She remembers familiar faces and names and can even find them in photos. Your baby is learning fast about her surroundings by touching and operating objects like trying to talk on the phone. She can now understand simple and sometimes multiple instructions. With her increasing memory, don’t be alarmed if she asks for that talking doll you hid behind her back!

Socio Emotional Skills

Does your toddler spend most of her time adoring her-self in mirror? Most 13-24 months olds are attention seekers and they enjoy it too. They look forward to their playdates but don’t expect them to share their stuff yet. Kids this age love to play alone but for brief spans only. They confidently express their love, hatred and fear and this makes for a better two-way communication between the child and the caregiver. Don’t worry if your toddler shows variations in her food likes and dislikes. She is still trying to figure out her tastes and choices based upon her increased perception building.

Motor Skills

Your baby loves to cruise around the house now as his world of awareness is expanding. This is the time when you baby will start walking alone and climb upstairs with support. He can even kick a ball and open lids out of containers due to better hand-body coordination. Stacking objects into one another, up-righting towers, walking a moving toy are his favourite plays. He can even string large beads and turn pages of his favourite storybook. He looks forward to take out his socks, cap or shoes at every first opportunity. With increased dexterity he can now drink from his own special cup!

Language Skills

Gabble, babble, twaddle are not synonyms but literally how your toddler sounds most of the time. Kids aged 13-24 months have a very limited vocabulary which they heavily put to use such as Mommy, come, go, bye! But they understand more than they can express and can easily make themselves understood as well by pointing to objects. They even use simple punctuations in speech such as ‘Wow!’ or ‘Why?’ You might find your toddler talking nonstop to her toys but the words don’t make much sense. So when you see her trying to sing her favourite rhyme, you know she is on the right track linguistically!

Cognitive Skills

Now that your baby just celebrated her first birthday, time will simply fly! Now she remembers her daily activities and expects routineness. Her growing mental aptitude helps her understand the concept of time like ‘Now’ and ‘later’. She remembers familiar faces and names and can even find them in photos. Your baby is learning fast about her surroundings by touching and operating objects like trying to talk on the phone. She can now understand simple and sometimes multiple instructions. With her increasing memory, don’t be alarmed if she asks for that talking doll you hid behind her back!

Socio Emotional Skills

Does your toddler spend most of her time adoring her-self in mirror? Most 13-24 months olds are attention seekers and they enjoy it too. They look forward to their playdates but don’t expect them to share their stuff yet. Kids this age love to play alone but for brief spans only. They confidently express their love, hatred and fear and this makes for a better two-way communication between the child and the caregiver. Don’t worry if your toddler shows variations in her food likes and dislikes. She is still trying to figure out her tastes and choices based upon her increased perception building.

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