Your toddler's developmental milestones at 1 year – UNICEF

Congratulations, you officially have a toddler! Toddlers are more active, curious and expressive. At this age, your child may begin to use words, be able to stand on her/his own and take a few steps. To help your little one learn and grow, read books to your child and encourage active play.
Some of the ways you’ll see your little one learning to connect with the people around him at 1 year:
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How your toddler is expressing her needs:
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How your child’s brain is growing:
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How she’ll move through her environment:
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What mealtimes look like at 1 year:
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While all children develop differently, you should speak to your paediatrician if your 1-year-old:
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