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By the end of the twenty-third month, your toddler will probably:   

Mental Development of 23 month old child

  • Name pictures of common objects
  • Listens to conversations directed to him
  • Use 50 or more single words
  • Combine words
     

Visual Development of 23 month old child

  • Visually inspect things without always needing to touch them
  • Start to recognize and identify some letters
     

Growth of 23 month old child

  • Weigh about 11.9 kg (girl) or about 12.5 kg (boy)
  • Be about 85 cm in height (girl) or about 86.5 cm in height (boy)
     

Motor Development of 23 month old child

  • Put pegs into holes
  • Turn switches on and off
  • Be able to remove clothing and shoes, but not able to dress himself well
  • Maneuversaround objects skillfullyand easily
  • Put pegs into holes
  • Turn switches on and off
  • Be able to remove clothing and shoes, but not able to dress himself well
  • Maneuversaround objects skillfullyand easily
     

Social and Emotional Development of 23 month old child

  • Explore people by imitating what they do
  • Be unaware of the chaos and mess that his efforts to imitate can cause
  • Claim possessions at home as "mine" without recognizing what is "yours"
  • Enjoy fetching and delivering things

 

Toddler Development Tracker details are provided to give indications on the expected changes during different months, however, these changes varies from child to child and the mother needs to consult her child's doctor, if she has any concerns.

 

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