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22 months Old Baby (85 to 88 weeks)

A 22 month-old stands quite a bit apart from a newborn. A newborn depends quite a bit on his parents for almost everything. On the other hand, your toddler now feeds himself, may try to dress himself or more likely undress himself with the easy clothes, chooses his own playthings, may spend long periods away from his parents and has his own friends outside the home. This self-determination grows as he does. One vital ingredient to individuality is self-concept; identity is also defined by individual expression which is apparent in fantasy play. As your child grows, he becomes better at expressing himself in words. In other creative areas (art, music etc) your child explores his potential and defines his individuality.

Things your toddler can do AT THIS STAGE

• use 6 words

• walk up steps

Things your toddler may possibly do AT THIS STAGE

• build a tower of 4 cubes

• follow a two-step command without gestures

• remove an article of clothing

Things your toddler may possibly do AT THIS STAGE

• build a tower of 6 cubes

• identify 4 pictures by pointing

• wash and dry hands

Things your toddler may even be able to do AT THIS STAGE

• jump up

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