-May walk with help of a wheeled toyMay start walking without help
-Takes covers off containersLowers herself easily onto the floor
-Climbs up and down stairsMay stand by pushing up from a squatting position
-Displays some combination of standing, walking, and cruising
-May climb out of crib or playpen
Cognitive and Mental Development
-Prefers to use one hand over another
-Can identify animals in pictures
-Remembers events for longer periods of time
-Understands much of what is said to herResponds to directions
-May speak two or three wordsMay be learning the correct use of a toy (e.g. pegboard, hammer, telephone)
-Searches for hidden object if she hasn’t seen it but remembers the last location
-May put two objects in her mouth or under her arm to grasp another
Social and Emotional Development
--Gives attention and affection to humans and favored objects
-Gives a kiss on requestReacts sharply to separation from parents
-May resist being fed or may insist to feed selfFears strange people and places
-Gives and takes a toy
-May demand unnecessary help from others because it’s easier
-May undress herself
-May have tantrums
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