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7 Elements - Baby Development

Take a look at the 7 Elements System Tiny Love's step-by-step baby development guide

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    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

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    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music
  • 0 - 1 m
     

    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

    Get Active

    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music
  • 1 - 3 m
     

    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

    Get Active

    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music
  • 3 - 6 m
     

    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

    Get Active

    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music
  • 6 - 9 m
     

    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

    Get Active

    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music
  • 9 - 12 m
     

    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

    Get Active

    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music
  • 12 - 18 m
     

    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

    Get Active

    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music
  • 18 - 24 m
     

    Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

    Toddlers can walk steadily

    Get Active

    With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

    Ball Playing

    You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

    Sense of Independence

    Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

    Tiny Tips

    • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

    Milestones

    • Feeds himself with a spoon.
    • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
    • Takes off clothes independently.
    • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
    • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
    • Dances and moves his body in response to music

Gross Motor Skills, 18-24m

Toddlers can walk steadily

Get Active

With excellent physical control, toddlers are now non-stop flurries of activity. By the end of the second year, toddlers can walk steadily, run, walk backwards and jump above a step. These abilities enable a slew of activities and freedom to select the proper action for achieving an objective, such as, slowing down and changing direction, opening a door while taking a few steps back, and even dancing to the sounds of music in the backdrop.

Ball Playing

You may notice an increased interest in playing with balls: toddlers love sitting on the floor with legs spread apart, and rolling a ball forward and back or throwing it above their head. A two-year old will also extend the arms to catch a ball, closing her eyes and tilting her head aside in anticipation of its imminent arrival. At two, toddlers may also begin to peddle on a tricycle.

Sense of Independence

Toddlers now crave and embrace independence: for instance, they delight in eating on their own, and demand to hold the a cup with two hands and sip.

Tiny Tips

  • Enjoy the great outdoors with your child and let him walk, run, jump, play with a ball and climb in the playground. Physical freedom helps to develop motor skills, self-control and independence.

Milestones

  • Feeds himself with a spoon.
  • Throws a ball above his head and jumps over a step.
  • Takes off clothes independently.
  • May begin to peddle a tricycle from 24 months.
  • Bends over to pick up a fallen toy and walks backwards several steps.
  • Dances and moves his body in response to music