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Developmental Milestones: 15 to 18 Months

Some toddlers are able to:
  • speak more clearly
  • use up to 15 words regularly
  • become picky about certain foods
  • cpretend to feed dolls
  • run well
  • throw a ball underhand
A few toddlers are able to:
  • dance to music
  • kick a ball forward
  • sort toys by color, shape or size
  • brush teeth with help
  • string more words together to make phrases

By month 18

Most toddlers are able to:
  • look at books on their own
  • scribble well
  • run well
  • say at least 20 words
  • feed self with a spoon
  • become picky about certain foods
Some toddlers are able to:
  • string words together to make phrases
  • talk more clearly
  • brush teeth with help
  • stack four blocks at a time
  • jump around
A few toddlers are able to:
  • throw a ball overhand
  • take off clothes
  • climb out of crib and high chair
  • take apart toys and put them back together
  • show signs of potty training readiness

 

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