Growth And Development In Children Aged 2 Years?
next month right at the age of my child 2 years .. at this time my child can only speak mamam and others can only chatter like a baby aged 6-12 months. coincidentally in my in-laws’ house they used Chinese while I used Indonesian when communicating with children. Are many languages influential? when I command my child to understand such as taking out the trash, going to take a shower, etc. only speechdelay and I noticed my child hobby to roll his eyes is there a problem with my child’s development?
Hello Nisa Yee,
Based on the ability milestone of a child at the age of 2 years include:
Children are able to walk on tiptoe, run, kick the ball, throw the ball, bring their own toys Hand movements: doodling, stacking up to 4 stacking blocks, turning objects to pour contents (eg food jars) Language: know the names of parents and siblings, recognize some parts of the body, speaking in sentences consisting of 2-4 words, able to show the object we ask for, repeat the words spoken by others, follow simple Emotional instructions: feel happy to be around other children, feel restless when left behind, copy the behavior of others and so on. The development in each child is different, some are more prominent in motorbike and some are in language. Children at this age are still very sensitive to stimuli that can trigger their development. However, mothers need to be vigilant if at the age of 2 the child cannot walk, cannot speak 2 words, copy words or movements, follow simple instructions, remember what he has learned. If you cannot do this, the mother can bring the child to consult further with a pediatrician.
Squint or strabismus must be distinguished whether it is true squint or just because of the shape of the eye folds so that it looks squint. Squints appear all the time must immediately get an examination and treatment from an eye specialist. Because if left later will be permanent and affect the development of the eye nerve (not sensitive to light) so that the ability to see will decrease. Decreased vision can certainly affect the child's development later.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.