11.02.2016

5 Stages of a Toddler’s Phase

Childhood Development

Children grow in a blink of an eye. The toddler phase is when your child is between the ages of 1 to 3. Sometimes time can pass so quickly that you aren’t sure what’s supposed to happen during those two years that your baby is considered a toddler. Here are the 5 stages of the toddler phase.

12 Months

1

This is the time where you toddler starts learning his/her first words. It’s also their first birthday and they have no idea why you are celebrating. During this time your toddler might also take his/her first steps. Nothing is significant during this stage except their first birthday.

18 Months

2

During this stage your toddler is very curious and reckless. They go wherever they please and do whatever they want. You’ll need to keep a close supervision on him/her. Also, it is during this time that your toddler begins to understand very simple instructions, don’t bombard them with sentences.

24 Months

4

This is obviously when your toddler is 2 years old. He/she will be able to speak small sentences but sometimes they might not be able to convey their message properly and will get frustrated. Expect a lot of temper tantrums from your 2 year old toddler. Also they have become even more agile now; they will be constantly running and jumping.

30 Months

3

During this stage your toddler will start to act more a kid rather than a toddler. He/she will start talking to you instead of just playing all day. Some toddlers will even start to move more like a child instead of a klutzy baby. But that depends if your toddler blooms or not.

36 Months

5

This is the end of your child’s toddler phase. From here on out they are now considered a child and not a baby. It is also their 3rd birthday. On this last stage, your toddler will definitely be talking a lot. He/she will be very curious and will be able to express their emotions correctly.

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