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Developmental Milestones: 18 to 24 Months

By month 23

Most toddlers are able to:
  • name pictures in books
  • walk down stairs with some help
  • use 50-70 words
  • identify their own body parts
  • do simple puzzles
Some toddlers are able to:
  • open and close doors
  • sing simple songs
  • dress and undress themselves
A few toddlers are able to:
  • walk down stairs without help
  • start asking “why”
  • speak understandably most of the time
  • talk about likes and dislikes

By month 24

Most toddlers are able to:
  • name at least five body parts
  • speak understandably more than half the time
  • form two to three-word sentences
  • dress and undress themselves
Some toddlers are able to:
  • walk down stairs without help
  • talk about likes and dislikes
  • arrange things in categories
A few toddlers are able to:
  • jump
  • begin to understand concepts (better or worse, etc.)
  • understand gender differences

 

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