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Title - Ages & Stages
( 6 - 12 months )  and  ( 12 months - 18 months )

 It is during the six- to twelve-month stage when "babies" turn into walking or near-walking one-year-olds. They learn amazing skills and grow tremendously. The toddler's primary adult caregiver may be the mother, the father, or another person. We will use the word "mother" to indicate any of those. Here's what we know about six- to twelve-month-olds: 


 Let's go on to the twelve- to eighteen-month-old stage to see how these skills are refined and what new developments unfold. Here's what we know about twelve- to eighteen-month olds: 


 Exploration is the key word in describing this time in children's development. They are actually "soaking up" knowledge from everything they hear, touch, smell, and taste. So even if there are days when you imagine that your child is "hyperactive", he is probably just a normal, curious, searching, and enthusiastic explorer! 

Darlene Montz, Judith L. Popp, and Judith-Anne Salts

Source: HELP! For Parents of Children from Birth to Five: Tried and True Solutions to Parents' Everyday Problems, author Jean Illsley Clarke, First Rev ised Edition, 1993
Copyright 2000 by Jean Illsley Clarke, Self-Esteem: A Family Affair, All Rights Reserved.

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