19 - 21 Months

One-year-olds between 19 and 21 months can understand that one item added to another makes two, and that one item taken away or subtracted from two makes one. To support your toddler’s numeracy skills, think about finding things to count together in everyday life. Practice words that describe quantity: more, less, many, and few. Point out simple patterns such as stripes or a checkered floor. For more expert tips and inspiration, sign up for Lovevery’s weekly development emails.

19 - 21 Months

One-year-olds between 19 and 21 months can understand that one item added to another makes two, and that one item taken away or subtracted from two makes one. To support your toddler’s numeracy skills, think about finding things to count together in everyday life. Practice words that describe quantity: more, less, many, and few. Point out simple patterns such as stripes or a checkered floor. For more expert tips and inspiration, sign up for Lovevery’s weekly development emails.

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