The Toddler Years

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The Toddler Years (2 Years old)
How is your child progressing based on typical toddler development?
Give specific examples in the areas of Physical, Social / Emotional and Intellectual domains.
Developmental Domain
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Physical

My son, Alex’s physical domain is atypical based on typical toddler development. By two years, Alex’s physical domain was above averaged babies.

“By 2 years, toddlers stack 4-6 objects and scribble vigorously with crayons or markers.” (Child Development Ages and stages, week 5)
“Alex is above average in coping shapes with a pencil, working with picture puzzles and constructing things out of blocks and seemed to enjoy working with these things a great deal.” (My Virtual Child reports, at 2 years old)

Social / Emotional

Alex’s social/emotional domain is typical based on typical toddler development. When he was two years old, his social/emotional domain was the same as frustration.

“By 2 years, toddlers are easily frustrated.” (Child Development Ages and stages, week 5)
“Some things you have noticed are shy smiles when asked to be in photographs, looking guilty when he breaks something, and embarrassment when he has a potty accident.” (My Virtual Child reports, at 2 years old)

Intellectual

Alex’s intellectual domain is atypical based on typical toddler development. At two years, his intellectual domain was above averaged babies, he could speak mostly in 3-4 word sentences, but averaged toddlers usually could speak 2-3 word sentences.

“By 2 years, toddlers use 2-3 word sentences.” (Child Development Ages and stages, week 5)
“Alex’s communication skills are growing by leaps and bounds. He is speaking mostly in three to four word sentences and his vocabulary is expanding greatly because of his intense desire to learn new words.” (My Virtual Child reports, at 2 years old)

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