By two years of age, most children are able to jump up and down.
By two years old, a toddler will be able to copy a straight line.
By two years of age, children are often able to stack a tower of six blocks.
Toddlers at two years of age should have the ability to turn pages one at a time.
Toddlers at this age should be able to say two-word sentences, and have about 200 words in their vocabulary.
Children's language skills also increase drastically between 18 months and two years of age. By two years, usually half of their speech is understandable to a total stranger.
Toddlers at this age will have about 50-200 words in their vocabulary and should be able to say two-word sentences.
Parallel play is usually observed in children around two years old. This is when children play adjacent to one another, but do not interact with each other. This is an important first step to socializing and learning to interact with others.
Toilet training is a milestone in child development, and the process usually begins between 18 months and two years of age.
Rapprochement is often observed in children at two years of age, which is where the child moves away from and then returns to the caretaker. This is an important milestone for beginning the practice of independence.
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