Pick up the orange ball and put it in the basket
Pick up the Purple ball and put it in the basket
Pick up the white ball and put it in the basket
Pick up the pink ball and put it in the basket
Pick up the blue ball and put it in the basket
Pick up the yellow ball and put it in the basket
Pick up the red ball and put it in the basket
Pick up the green ball and put it in the basket

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Development Development

FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF LIGHT!

Isn't it exciting to see your little one grow up right before your eyes? Before you know it, they'll be speaking in full sentences and reciting rhymes. Know what to expect next with our specially devised development calendar.

Development

1-2 years

Here are the milestones for YOUR CHILD

Milestones Achieved

  • Can walk without support
  • Throw a ball
  • Can climb
  • Can recognize himself in pictures or a mirror
  • Can follow simple instructions

Training for next Milestones

  • Take your little one on play dates with other kids of the same age so he learns to socialise.
  • Start playing pretend-play games with your baby.
  • Take him outdoors to play
  • Ask him to name body parts
  • Talk to him all the time
2-3 years

Here are the milestones for YOUR CHILD

Milestones Achieved

  • Has learnt to jump
  • Engages in make-believe play
  • Can solve simple puzzles
  • Begins to develop friendships with other children
  • Can say 2-3 word sentences

Training for next Milestones

  • Help your toddler to dress up by himself. Lay out some easy-to-wear clothes.
  • Encourage and praise your little one to do potty by himself
  • Allow your child to use a fork and spoon. Be patient.
  • Give your little one a lot of opportunity to speak.
  • Allow him to engage in activities like building blocks
  • Allow your little one to play alone
3-4 years

Here are the milestones for YOUR CHILD

Milestones Achieved

  • Dresses by himself with easy-to-wear clothes
  • He can feed himself with a spoon or fork and drink from a regular cup
  • He might express the need to go to the toilet
  • Say his or her name and age
  • Sort objects by shape and color
  • Ride a tricycle
  • Mashes his own food

Training for next Milestones

  • Eat together as family, as he will learn by imitation
  • Encourage your little one to tell him about his day
  • Encourage him to do things like washing hands, brushing his teeth, changing clothes - independently
4-5 years

Here are the milestones for YOUR CHILD

Milestones Achieved

  • He can swing and climb
  • Draw person with details
  • Write some letters
  • Dresses and undresses without assistance
  • Cares for own toilet needs
  • Knows the alphabet and counts well

Training for next Milestones

  • Read stories and let them retell the stories to you
  • Teach him to say please and thank you
  • Teach him to count
  • Let him learn to identify colours and shapes
  • Let him engage in lots of outdoor play
  • Allow him to use a pair of child-friendly scissors

Disclaimer:

Please note that every child has a unique rhythm in development, and that these milestones apply only to the majority of the children in the same age group. If you have any concerns about your child’s development, it is recommended to consult a child development specialist, the pediatrician or a child psychologist.

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