from baby to toddler: 18 months to 5 years (5)

  • your child at 18 months

    What a fascinating stage your little 18-month-old has reached! They will be beginning to get quite independent, learning new things every day, but also becoming more challenging as they try to do more things for themselves.

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  • your child at 2 years

    Your two year old may start to become a little chatterbox and you will see them becoming more and more independent. Their speech is improving and most people can understand what they are saying.

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  • your child at 3 years

    Your 3 year old is probably full of confidence now: they’re learning how the world works and can express themselves better all the time. All children develop at different rates, but at 3 years old they may be able to.

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  • your child at 4 years

    Four is typically a lively, energetic and sociable age. Your child will be confident about speaking, running, drawing and building things. They will love to sing, tell stories and ask questions… lots of them!

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  • your child at 5 years

    Your 5 year old is now a lot more independent, wanting to make decisions for themselves and how they want to be entertained. It can also be a time when they experience a lot of different emotions as they deal with the challenge of being at school and making friends.

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