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The first 2 years Part 1 I have selected 10 months for the age I am most interested in. The developmental information I found for this age group is the following. At this age a 10-month-old can respond to one or two simple instructions, might anticipate the word “surprise” in favorite children songs, if their hand is held they may walk, mimic and copy other actions, anticipates and remembers simple sequences as opening the pantry because then food is expected, and beginning to show preferences on different sounds heard in language. In physical development a 10-month old’s parent can try walking but with hand holding help from them. Toys that can encourage physical development are standing toys and cruising toys. Parents can also help their 10 month old to learn more like encouraging them to pull up and stand by pointing out features near the top, clearing a path for them on the all of the sides of the toy so the baby can
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