12 to 24 Months Child Development

12 to 24 months

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12 to 24 Months Child Development by Mind Map: 12 to 24 Months Child Development

1. Cognitive

1.1. 12 to 18 Months

1.1.1. Starts to find hidden objects within the room

1.1.2. Select game and begin to put them away

1.1.3. Recognise self in photo or mirror

1.1.4. Repeat action that lead to interesting result

1.2. 18 to 24 Months

1.2.1. Point to objects when named

1.2.2. Knows some body parts

1.2.3. Sorts according to shapes and colours

1.2.4. Mimics household activities

2. Motor

2.1. 15 months

2.1.1. Dumps toys in container

2.1.2. Takes off shoes and socks

2.1.3. Picks up small objects with index finger and thumb

2.2. 18 months

2.2.1. Throws ball with whole arms

2.2.2. Jumps with both feeds off floor

2.2.3. Drinks unassisted

2.3. 21 months

2.3.1. Fix puzzle together

2.3.2. Responds rhythmically to music

2.3.3. Walks ups and down stairs with help

2.4. 24 months

2.4.1. Transitions smoothly from walk to run

2.4.2. Walks ups and down stairs without alternating feet

2.4.3. Able to run

3. Speech and language

3.1. 12 Months

3.1.1. Used two to three words specifically

3.1.2. Understand familiar names

3.2. 15 Months

3.2.1. Use jargon

3.2.2. Point to body parts

3.3. 18 Months

3.3.1. Name one body part

3.3.2. Use six words

3.3.3. Identify one picture if they ask

3.4. 20 Months

3.4.1. Put two words together-like " daddy gone "

3.4.2. Name four or five body parts

3.4.3. Use about 50 words

4. Social

4.1. 15 months

4.1.1. Plays in solitary manner but likes to act for an audience

4.1.2. Laughs when chased

4.1.3. Begins make-believe play

4.2. 18 months

4.2.1. Enjoys solitary play

4.2.2. Responds to scold and praise

4.2.3. Little or no sense of sharing

4.3. 21 months

4.3.1. Hugs spontaneously

4.3.2. Enjoys outing

4.3.3. Becomes clingy around strangers

4.4. 24 months

4.4.1. Cooperates with adult in simple household tasks

4.4.2. Communicate feelings, desires and interests

4.4.3. Prefers action toys