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15 Month Old Development

from Busy Toddler

Introducing Sorting: Teaching Young Toddlers

Introducing Sorting: Teaching Young Toddlers - a first lesson in sorting with a 16 month old! Learn tips and tricks for introducing sorting to toddlers

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from MomJunction

15 Month Old Baby Developmental Milestones

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13 Interesting Activities For Your 15 Month Old Baby

Thinking what you can do to stay calm when she/he throws a tantrum & offer her cuddles to comfort her. Here are 6 learning activities for 15 month old baby.

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My 15 month old loved this. Kept her entertained for 20 minutes. We used only one tube & put milk caps through it. She also thought it was fun to use as a "microphone".

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from MomJunction

13 Interesting Activities For Your 15 Month Old Baby

6 Learning Activities For Your 15 Month Old Baby: Your 15-months-old enjoys typical games that give her an opportunity to interact with things by squeezing, pulling and pushing. Let’s have a closer look at her developments

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from Modern Parents Messy Kids

Every Baby Should Have a Treasure Basket - Here's How to Make One

photo via The Imagination Tree   Remember the sensory box?  Well, say hello to his little brother, the treasure basket – a super simple sensory box for babies.  The concept is easy – just fill a container with objects of varying texture, weight, shape, etc. and let baby go at it.According to Anna, an early …

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Responding due to disagreeing with. Child's seat is safest to keep rear facing till 2-3 years old, no reason to turn it early at all. Learning to swim should start early to decrease drowning risk. I have seen 9-15 month old swim really well unassisted, took work to get them there but even teaching a baby to float is better than nothing. Most of this list is just thrown together and very arbitrary
from Sweet T Makes Three

Baby Milestones

Responding due to disagreeing with. Child's seat is safest to keep rear facing till 2-3 years old, no reason to turn it early at all. Learning to swim should start early to decrease drowning risk. I have seen 9-15 month old swim really well unassisted, took work to get them there but even teaching a baby to float is better than nothing. Most of this list is just thrown together and very arbitrary

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