5 years

At 5 years children can usually… follow three part instructions (e.g. ‘put on your shoes, get your backpack and line up outside’) understand time related words (e.g. ‘before’, ‘after’, ‘now’…
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4 years

At 4 years children can usually… answer most questions about daily tasks understand most wh-questions, including those about a story they have recently heard understand some numbers show an awareness…
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3 years

At 3 years children can usually… follow more complex two part instructions (e.g. ‘give me the teddy and throw the ball’) understand simple wh-questions, such as ‘what’, ‘where’ and ‘who’…
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2 Years

At 2 years children can usually… follow simple two part instructions (e.g.‘give me the ball and the car’) respond to simple wh-questions, such as ‘what’ and ‘where’ point to several…
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18 Months

At 18 months children can usually… understand up to 50 words and some short phrases follow simple instructions (e.g. ‘throw the ball’) point to familiar objects when named point to…
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12 Months

At 12 months children can usually… understand about 10 words respond to their name  recognise greetings and gestures, such as ‘hi’ and ‘bye-bye’ recognise a few familiar people and objects…
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