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Milestones for Emotional Development up to 3 Years

Milestones for Emotional Development up to 3 Years

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Emotional development is one of the most interesting developments you can look forward to between the first and third year of your child’s life. Your child is not only becoming more independent physically, but also emotionally . Following are some of the emotional milestones that your toddler achieves by the time he or she is 3 years of age.

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

Telling your child stories, pointing out to things, doing household chores together, telling your child how you feel, explaining how things work are some ways by which you can make your time with your child count.

1 and 1/2–2 years

At 18 months, your child:

• May have temper tantrums such as cries desperately and bites if you restrict him or her from moving somewhere

• May be still afraid of strangers

• Shows affection to familiar people (e.g. grandma, younger sister, etc).

At 2 years, your child:

• May get excited when he or she is with other children

• May become more independent

• May do things what he or she has been told not to do

3 yearsAt 3 years, your child:

• May express a wide range of emotions such as shows affection to friends, concern for a crying friend, etc.

• Won’t cry when he or she is separated from mom and dad

• May get upset with any changes in his or her routine

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