Wellness - Mental Health | 1-5 yrs

Mental Milestones In Toddlers

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As a parent, watching your toddler grow up and develop is one of life’s great joys.

Every toddler will develop on his own way. So, it is very difficult to tell when a child will be perfect for a given skill.

It is here that developmental milestones gives you an idea of changes that your toddler will go through.

Understanding these developmental milestones can help a parent encourage a child to boost his/her ability in learning.

Go through this ClipBook to understand the mental milestones you should not ignore.

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