Development and Characteristics of a 33-34 Month Old Child

Parenting September 14, 2009 Print Friendly and PDF

Parenting Tips for Your 33-34 Month Old Toddler

How I Understand

  • I understand my own feelings.
  • I am starting to understand the feelings of others.
  • I know at least one color.

How I Talk

  • I am saying more new words every day.
  • I am using more words to name emotions.
  • I am getting better at putting words together correctly.

How I Grow

  • I am practicing new skills every day. I am walking, jumping, bending and peddling.
  • I am getting good at running.
  • I can balance on one foot.
  • My baby teeth are about all in.

Learn more about Your Toddler: 33-34 Months from Just In Time Parenting. You can also go to our Resource Links for additional information on child care and development.

Note to Parents: When reading this newsletter, remember: Every baby is different. Children may do things earlier or later than described here. This newsletter gives equal space and time to both sexes. If he or she is used, we are talking about all babies.
References: These materials were adapted by authors from Extension Just in Time Parenting Newsletters in California, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Tennessee, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Wisconsin.


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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.