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1 INFANTS VS TODDLERS Infants Versus Toddlers Sarah Kuhns ENG 121 Melissa Holmberg July 18, 2011
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2 INFANTS VS TODDLERS Infants Versus Toddlers Although infants and toddlers have many similarities, they also have notable differences. In this essay you will be reading about the differences and similarities between infants and toddlers. As you know infants and toddlers differ from such thins as eating, playing, baths, getting dressed and sleeping schedule, however they also have many similarities in the same areas. This will better help anyone who takes care of children in these particular age groups. Rather they are parents and or child care providers. Infants you to feed them; rather it is formula to breast milk until they are a year old. After that they can have regular milk, infants also need to be fed through a bottle. Once an infant is six months old then you can start feeding them baby food. Infants also eat at least six times a day whereas toddlers only eat three times a day. By the age of one, children can drink out of Sippy cups and drink their drinks with little to no help. By the age of sixteen months, they can eat with little or no help with a spoon. By the
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