The parents of a 20-month old child are asking the nurse about what tasks they can do to stimulate their daughter's development. Which of the following tasks would be most appropriate for this age group? Select all that apply.


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- Starting toilet training

- Recognizing separation anxiety

- Using puppets and toys while reading a story

- Practicing using a jump rope

- Drawing letters with sidewalk chalk


A 20-month old child is at a stage of rapid development that changes quickly in a short period of time. Parents of a child this age can be taught about the appropriate developmental tasks the child should be able to perform. A 20-month old may be able to start toilet training, would likely have stranger anxiety, and would respond to puppets or pictures with a story.

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