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He scribbles with a crayon, builds towers of four or more blocks, throws a ball, and enjoys filling and emptying containers.
You might notice the first signs that indicate whether he'll be left- or right-handed. He might start to show interest in learning how to use a toilet.
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Practice identifying the parts of his body and naming familiar objects. Ask him to help sort toys by putting them in similar categories, such as red toys or soft toys. Meanwhile, he'll grow increasingly independent – and possibly defiant. Foster his verbal skills by putting feelings into words, posing questions, talking about the books you read together, asking his opinion, and answering his questions about the world around him. Be careful not to scold him for using words incorrectly – just correctly rephrase what he said. Be patient and positive, and remember that he's only just beginning to learn how to control and express himself. As he gains new skills, take a fresh look around your home and adjust your childproofing strategy so he can explore freely and safely.