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Milestones for an 18-Month-Old Child-Topic Overview - WebMD

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Physical developmentMost children by 18 months of age:Gain weight and ... Do not nap as much in the morning or give up this nap time completely. ... They can now imagine a threat and often cling to parents and become fearful of strangers.

Your 18-month-old's development - BabyCentre

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Do try to keep a limit on your toddler's screen ... Most children naturally outgrow these things by ...

Your 18-month-old's language and cognitive development ...

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At this stage, it's better to applaud what your toddler can say rather than try to correct "mistakes." For instance, if your child says, ...

Your Child's Development: 1.5 Years (18 Months) - KidsHealth

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Here are some things your toddler may be doing this month. ... Every child develops at his or her own pace, but certain signs could indicate a delay in ...

CDC | Milestones 18 months | Learn the Signs. Act Early. | NCBDDD

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Aug 15, 2016 ... Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a ... Check the milestones your child has reached by the end of 18 months.

Toddler Milestones: 18-24 Months - Parents

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You may notice your child moving beyond the sensory and exploratory habit of putting everything in her mouth--and instead find she can identify her mouth (and  ...

Your Baby from 16 to 18 Months: Baby's Language Development

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"Somewhere between 16 and 18 months, toddlers shift from copying others to symbolic play," says ... Q. Do you know how many words your child can say?

18-24 months: toddler development | Raising Children Network

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Your toddler will walk on his own by 18 months and begin to run. ... Here are some simple things you can do to help your toddler's development at this age:.

Child development calendar - Your baby at 18 months | Mumsnet

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Your baby's development at 18 months - her physical and cognitive abilities, behaviour, play ... But she will also be more loving, more inquisitive and more of a laugh. ... Undressing is becoming a breeze and she'll do it at the most inconvenient ...