Toddler pattern of development
By: Mileides Guevara & Jackeline Gomez
Children are exploring things with their hands and mouth.
By this age children will have vocabulary of to 50 word.
Kids learn to creep, then crawl, pull themselves up, walk while holding onto furniture, stand, and then walk two or three steps without assistance .
They start by babbling trying to say something and then start to say words and speaking to others by that age and also start to respond to phrases if you speak to them.
Crying is the primary means of communication when infants’ and toddlers’ needs are not being met.
Similarly, they smile and giggle when they want more of something, and turn their head, shut their eyes, or cry when they want less of something.