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There are so many milestones to look forward to in the first few years of your child’s life, especially when it comes to developing motor skills. This free printable checklist will guide you through all the developmental milestones for your toddler—from walking up stairs to drawing on their own—and what you should be looking for at 1-3 years old!

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from The Inspired Treehouse

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES: AGES 1 -2

Developmetnal Milestones ages 1-2. A chart for reference from pediatric physical and occupational therapists at www.theinspiredtreehouse.com

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Understand gross motor skills and your child's development:
from BuzzFeed

23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For New Parents

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from Playdough To Plato

Life Skills Checklist

There are so many milestones to look forward to in the first few years of your baby’s life, especially when it comes to developing life skills. This free printable checklist will guide you through all the developmental milestones for your toddler—from potty training to washing their hands—and what you should be looking for at every age!

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Your child's social and emotional skills might not be as easy to track as the physical milestones. Learn what skills you can expect to see at different ages.
from Understood.org

Social and Emotional Skills: What to Expect at Different Ages

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23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For New Parents
from BuzzFeed

23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For New Parents

Before an SLP can even begin intervention, they must be thoroughly familiar with what level of development is typical for each age range in children. This visual chart is a great reminder of the major milestones that are typically mastered at what age.

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from weeSpring | Blog

Major Developmental Milestones for Toddlers, Sensorial Bins, and More

Loving this list of over 200 sensory activities in order to help Major Developmental Milestones for your baby and toddler. You can even use them in kindergarten!

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Encourage developmental milestones with hands on learning for infants and toddlers. Refine fine motor skills, gross motor actions, hand eye coordination with fun toys and inviting colors.
from The Natural Homeschool

Helping Your Child Develop Through Play

Encourage developmental milestones with hands on learning for infants and toddlers. Refine fine motor skills, gross motor actions, hand eye coordination with fun toys and inviting colors.

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