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Your baby's growth and development - 12 months old

At 12 months, your baby is now a toddler. If they haven’t already, it won’t be long now before they take their first steps, develop a sense of humour, and tell you they love you.

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Your baby's growth and development - 8 months old

At 8 months old, your baby will start to explore their little world. It might mean more running around for you, but it's a great time to watch them learn.

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Your baby's growth and development - 9 months old

Your 9-month-old will, by now, really be developing their personality. They will form stronger attachments with a few people, preferring some over others.

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Your baby's growth and development - 11 months old

At 11 months old, your baby is almost a toddler – you’ll probably be surprised at how quickly they can move around your home and how independent they are becoming.

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Baby development checklist- fine motor skills | Parenthub

Baby development checklist with fine motor skills development milestones for infants 0-18 months.

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School Services - Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children

Helping your child reach their potential RIDBC works with your child through each stage of development to support listening, language, literacy and cognitive, gross and fine motor skills

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Common difficulties in FASD | FASD Hub

What are some of the symptoms and difficulties experienced in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).

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Movement and play ideas for newborns | Raising Children Network

Through play, newborns learn what their bodies can do and practise moving different body parts. Get play ideas to develop newborn movement and motor skills.

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Play ideas for newborn babies | Raising Children Network

Making faces, singing nursery rhymes and blowing raspberries are great play ideas for newborn babies. The key thing is interacting with your baby. Read more.

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Movement and play ideas for preschoolers | Raising Children Network

Play is key to motor skills development. Play ideas to get preschoolers moving include ball play, outdoor play, nature walks, and rough-and-tumble play.

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