Taking First Steps

At this age, toddlers are making their first efforts at independence.
They begin walking and talking. Hearing them say "It's mine" is common.
Toddlers are aware of other children, but still may prefer to play alone.

What might your child be doing?

 

Each activity your child is doing is typical of his or her age.

If your child isn’t doing all of the activities, it doesn’t mean anything is wrong. Children can vary by as much as six months in some of the things that they are able to do. If you do have questions about your child’s development, you can call the CONNECT Helpline, a program of the State of Pennsylvania.

CONNECT Helpline 1-800-692-7288

The child specialists on the CONNECT Helpline are there to answer questions and provide information about child development for families of children ages birth to age five.

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