Doing two things at once: The age when it becomes possible

Doing two things at once: The age when it becomes possible

Nov 14, 2020

42 to 48 months

There are some little ways in which your child can multitask. In most situations, your kid would want to focus on one thing at a time. But by the time the kid is 36 months old, they can probably start following two step instructions (“Go to the room and get your shoes”). With growing strength and dexterity, your toddler is likely to start riding a tricycle by this age, a task that requires coordinating their hands and feet.