Two year old By the age of 2, most children have the following skills:Receptive Language: Identifies simple body parts (e.g. nose, tummy) Understand simple questions ("where's your shoe?“) Follow instructions that involve an object and action (e.g. roll ball, sit on chair) Identify pictures in books Understands 3 prepositions (in, on, under, up, down, out) Answers yes / no questions Responds to “where” question (by looking) Expressive Language: Use more than fifty words such as "no", "gone", "mine", "teddy“ Listen to stories and name common pictures Speech used more often than gestures Talk to themselves or their toys during play Use some pronouns instead of names (e.g. “me", “mine“) Begins to put 2 words together (e.g. “mummy car”, “teddy eat” gone”) Uses a variety of communicative intents (requesting, commenting, protesting, etc) Sounds used in play, babble or words: p b t d n m w Play: Plays alone or alongside child Uses concrete objects to play Will use objects in play (e.g. pretend to drink from a cup) Will carry out an action on an object (e.g. feed doll, pretend to sweep floor) Literacy: Turns pages when reading a book Enjoys actively listening to songs and nursery rhymes Cause for concern: Has very few single words Doesn’t understand / follow simple instructions Doesn’t understand names of common objects Does not use objects to play Does not respond to simple questions Limited number of new words being used Name* First Last Email* PhoneComments: This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms.