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Ages and Stages for Caregivers

Choose one of the Ages and Stages for Caregivers: 1-4 Months, 5-8 Months, 9-12 Months, 12-18 Months, 18-24 Months, 2 Years to elaborate on. Summarize the stage of development for your chosen age group in the areas of language, physical and social development in 250-300 words. Make two references to your source within your response.

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Language: Children of this age enjoy being read to. They can understand that spoken language has meaning and they want to participate too. They like repeating some sounds or words; pointing to pictures and helping an adult to turn the pages. As far as spoke language that same page tells you that two-year-olds generally can speak in two word phrases. Actually, their vocabulary can range anywhere from 50 - 300 words. Do you see where it says they've broken the code? That means that language can have personal meaning to the individual child, but not necessarily adults. They are adept at receptive language, meaning they can ...

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The solution discusses the ages and stages for caregivers.

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