Motor Skills

Time slips like sand and they grow up in blink of an eye! From wobbling to walking like a pro to finally run, hop and jump is what your 24-36 months old baby is busy with mostly. Their well-developed body and muscle movement i.e. Gross Motor skills and ability to hold a pencil to scribble and finally write i.e. Fine Motor Skills is due to their fast maturing nervous systems. From independently climbing the stairs up & down, walking backward & sideways, running confidently to screwing and unscrewing tough jar lids, she will master it all and surprise you with her precise kinetic control.

Language Skills

Welcome to the terrible twos! Your little one is now having a substantial cognitive and receptive language development and this is just the beginning. Now she can understand simple questions, complex instructions and can engage in real conversations. She is now becoming increasingly eager about her surroundings. By 2, most children have a vocabulary of 200 words; they can frame short phrases and this goes on to expand to 900-100 words by the time they turn 3. Her growing language flair will also help in developing the Expressive-Language skills to help her practice self-expression with ease.

Cognitive Skills

Your toddler is growing up fast and that is displayed in her increased mental aptitude. It is delightful to see her solving simple puzzles with trial and error, sorting objects according to shapes and colors and the best of all she has an increased attention span now. She can even understand and repeat the counting in sequence. With increased body control and muscle coordination kids this age develop a dominant hand which they use to do most activities like scribbling with a crayon and also have a better developed sense of direction. She now loves her freedom in the quest to know more each day.

Socio Emotional Skills

Your toddler is no more a little child but a person with a personality now. She has her own individual tastes and choices that make her unique. By 24-36 months she enjoys playing with other children but doesn’t like to share. She understands compassion but words like ’I’, ‘me’ and ‘mine’ occupy a major share of her vocabulary. She also knows the difference between boys and girls. With expanding language skills she is now able to express herself better. Most kids indulge in pretend play and don’t be surprised if your tiny tot puts up an amazing performance on her favourite song just for you!

Motor Skills

Time slips like sand and they grow up in blink of an eye! From wobbling to walking like a pro to finally run, hop and jump is what your 24-36 months old baby is busy with mostly. Their well-developed body and muscle movement i.e. Gross Motor skills and ability to hold a pencil to scribble and finally write i.e. Fine Motor Skills is due to their fast maturing nervous systems. From independently climbing the stairs up & down, walking backward & sideways, running confidently to screwing and unscrewing tough jar lids, she will master it all and surprise you with her precise kinetic control.

Language Skills

Welcome to the terrible twos! Your little one is now having a substantial cognitive and receptive language development and this is just the beginning. Now she can understand simple questions, complex instructions and can engage in real conversations. She is now becoming increasingly eager about her surroundings. By 2, most children have a vocabulary of 200 words; they can frame short phrases and this goes on to expand to 900-100 words by the time they turn 3. Her growing language flair will also help in developing the Expressive-Language skills to help her practice self-expression with ease.

Cognitive Skills

Your toddler is growing up fast and that is displayed in her increased mental aptitude. It is delightful to see her solving simple puzzles with trial and error, sorting objects according to shapes and colors and the best of all she has an increased attention span now. She can even understand and repeat the counting in sequence. With increased body control and muscle coordination kids this age develop a dominant hand which they use to do most activities like scribbling with a crayon and also have a better developed sense of direction. She now loves her freedom in the quest to know more each day.

Socio Emotional Skills

Your toddler is no more a little child but a person with a personality now. She has her own individual tastes and choices that make her unique. By 24-36 months she enjoys playing with other children but doesn’t like to share. She understands compassion but words like ’I’, ‘me’ and ‘mine’ occupy a major share of her vocabulary. She also knows the difference between boys and girls. With expanding language skills she is now able to express herself better. Most kids indulge in pretend play and don’t be surprised if your tiny tot puts up an amazing performance on her favourite song just for you!

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