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By the end of the thirty-fifth month, your toddler will probably:

Mental Development of 35 month old child

  • Listen eagerly when a story is being read
  • Like to hear favorite stories repeated again and again
  • Ask questions constantly
  • Be eager to carry on a conversation
  • Recognize his name in written form and identify at least 2 of its letters

Visual Development of 35 month old child

  • Closely watch pages while turning them
  • Be able to look without staring

Growth of 35 month old child

  • Weigh about 13.7 kg (girl) or about 14.2 kg (boy)
  • Be about 94 cm in height (girl) or about 95 cm in height (boy)

Motor Development of 35 month old child

  • Build complex structures with blocks
  • Be able to cut with scissors and paste with glue
  • Have become more skillful in dressing and undressing himself
  • Have become more agile in use of playground equipment
  • Jump from the bottom step

Social and Emotional Development of 35 month old child

  • Be able to entertain himself with a variety of activities
  • Be able to help with simple chores
  • Be more orderly and organized
  • Still be impatient at times, but  more willing to wait
  • Tell lies or fibs sometimes


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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