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Bigjigs Toys - Simply Scandi Nesting Bears
Bigjigs Toys - Simply Scandi Nesting Bears

Bigjigs Toys Nesting Bears

1 in stock
Bigjigs Toys - Simply Scandi Stacking Cups
Stacking Cups

Bigjigs Toys Stacking Cups

2 in stock
Djeco Rainbow Train
Djeco Rainbow Train

Djeco Rainbow Train

4 in stock
Djeco Stacking Blocks - Beach
Djeco Stacking blocks

Djeco Stacking Blocks - Beach

1 in stock
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wooden instruments
wooden instruments

Janod Musical Set of 5 Wooden Instruments - Sunshine

£31.05 £34.50
1 in stock
Children’s Birthday Card

No 1 Daisy Duck

5 in stock
Wilberry dolls
Willberry dolls

Wilberry Dolls - Sarah

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One Year Old Milestones

Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills:
- Standing and Walking: Many 1-year-olds can stand without support and may start taking their first steps.
-Cruising: Walking while holding onto furniture for support.
- Crawling: Continuing to crawl and may use crawling to get around quickly.

Fine Motor Skills:
- Pincer Grasp: Picking up small objects using thumb and forefinger.
- Pointing: Pointing to objects they want or find interesting.
- Manipulating Toys: Shaking, banging, throwing, and attempting to stack toys.

Language and Communication
- First Words: Saying simple words like "mama," "dada," and possibly a few other common words.
- Understanding Simple Commands:Comprehending simple instructions like "come here" or "give me."
- Gestures: Using gestures like waving goodbye, shaking head for "no," or pointing.

Cognitive Development
- Object Permanence: Understanding that objects continue to exist even when out of sight.
- Cause and Effect: Learning that their actions can cause something to happen (e.g., pressing a button makes a toy light up).
- Exploration: Showing curiosity about their environment and exploring through trial and error.

Social-Emotional Development
- Attachment:Demonstrating strong attachment to caregivers, showing preferences for familiar people.
- Separation Anxiety: Becoming upset when separated from parents or primary caregivers.
- Imitation: Copying actions, gestures, and sounds they see and hear from others.
- Interactive Play: Enjoying simple games like peek-a-boo and pat-a-cake.

Self-Help Skills

- Feeding: Beginning to try feeding themselves using fingers and, with assistance, using a spoon or cup.
- Sleep Patterns: Developing more regular sleep patterns, often with one or two naps per day.

Play and Exploration
- Exploratory Play: Engaging in activities that involve exploring and manipulating objects.
- Simple Problem-Solving: Trying to figure out how things work and attempting to solve simple problems, like getting a toy out of a box.

Vision and Hearing
- Tracking Objects: Following moving objects with their eyes.
- Responding to Sounds: Turning towards familiar sounds, voices, and music.

These milestones can vary widely among individual children. Some may reach these milestones earlier or later than others, and that's perfectly normal. If there are concerns about a child's development, consulting with a pediatrician or child development specialist is recommended.

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