15 years ago
pynki‚ô™

toddler question?

what is the average age for a toddler to be able to point out body parts when asked? (where's your belly/feet/nose etc...) if you have children, when did they start?
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15 years ago
Heather Y
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My son had nose and belly at a year, all the rest by about 18 months.
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15 years ago
kchase
all kids develop so different. my oldest son was talking in sentences at a year old and knew eyes ears mouth tounge hair head nose arms elbow legs hands feet knee belly bellybutton all by 10 months and most by 8 months. my younest son is 19 months and can only do half of those on a good day. my oldes loves to learn he is 3 and has beens saying his abc's and counting to 16 in english and 13 in spanish since he was 22 months old. my 19 month old doesn't even talk that much and only says 2 words at a time. i was afraid something was wrong but when i took him to the dr he said that my oldest one was just really advanced and kids all develop on their own time. my kids are like night and day in personality. 3 yr old loves to learn and 19 mo old just wants to cry if he doesn't get his way!
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15 years ago
clyde0523
could name the parts of her face at 10 months, we are a year old now and still working on other body parts
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15 years ago
trina p
my 17 month old can point to some parts of the body but she cant say the names yet
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15 years ago
Bomb_chele
Just under a year for my daughter, started learning basics like eyes, nose, etc. Could name all of them (chin, eyebrows, teeth, etc.) by 18 months.
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15 years ago
angie1412
My first child was around 1yr 10mths but my 2ND child was around 11/2 so, I believe all children are different and there is not right or wrong time for them, they will do it in the own time!
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15 years ago
melissa s
about a year or so, but each child is different, and only at this age if it is heard and shown to them often, try the head, shoulders , knees and toes song,
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15 years ago
Brutally Honest
around a year is normal
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15 years ago
wolakcole
year old
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