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Developmental Milestones: 12 to 15 Months

By month 14

Most toddlers are able to:
  • stand well
  • walk with help
  • take a few steps unassisted
  • eat with fingers
  • empty containers filled with objects
  • put objects back in container
  • say three or more words other than “mama” or “dada”
Some toddlers are able to:
  • toddle well
  • point to a body part when asked
  • initiate games
  • combine words and gestures to make his or her needs known
  • respond to simple instructions (give mommy a hug)
A few toddlers are able to:
  • walk well
  • use a spoon or fork
  • push and pull toys while walking
  • match lids with their containers

By month 15

Most toddlers are able to:
  • toddle well
  • walk backwards
  • use three or more words regularly
  • play with ball
  • climb stairs
  • laugh at funny things
Some toddlers are able to:
  • walk well or run
  • say “no” and shake head
  • enjoy singing
A few toddlers are able to:
  • “help” with household chores
  • walk up stairs
  • respond to verbal requests without gestures
  • say “shhh” with their fingers to their mouth

 

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