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Your child’s mastery of fine-motor skills or use of the hands will allow for greater independence. Here are some of skills you can encourage for your toddler to perfect in the next year.
- Building a tower of blocks
- Completing 5 piece puzzles
- Zipping large zippers
- Drawing horizontal and vertical lines and circles
- Turning doorknobs
- Opening doors
- Stringing beads
- Opening and closing a jar
This age is a prime time for learning. Provide a variety of materials and encourage your toddler every step of the way!
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