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Skills such as taking turns, playing make believe, and kicking a ball, are called developmental milestones. Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move (like jumping, running, or balancing).

Because of children’s growing desire to be independent, this stage is often called the “terrible twos.” However, this can be an exciting time for parents and toddlers. Toddlers will experience huge thinking, learning, social, and emotional changes that will help them to explore their new world, and make sense of it. During this stage, toddlers should be able to follow two- or three-step directions, sort objects by shape and color, imitate the actions of adults and playmates, and express a wide range of emotions.

" wife and me couldn't be happier with this developmental program for toddlers and what it's done for our son.  He had some issues with balance and overall physical ability and it seemed like the improvement happened over-night.  Sadly we had to move or Juan would be still with UMS and now in their martial arts program.  Thanks UMS."

M. Rodriquez (3 y/o son - Juan)

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