When Do Children Develop the Ability to Remove Socks and Unfastened Coats Independently? – A Developmental Milestone Analysis

Before the age on the previous slide (12-14 months), a child can remove socks; after, independently remove a unfastened coat (T/F)

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False. Before the age of 12-14 months, a child typically cannot remove socks independently. After this age, they can usually do so with some difficulty. However, a child is typically not able to independently remove a unfastened coat until around 2 years old. Even then, they may require some assistance or practice before mastering this skill.

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