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What does the question mean by "play with"? You can put 2 infants next to each other and they may interact and have fun. That may be called play. I don't think kids are ready to play without a lot of supervision until they are over 2. Between 1 and 2 if you expect them to play with other kids you often get someone that bites, hits, hurts, tattles, ect. Most are just too young to play without an adult playing with them. Under a year babies are so easily hurt they need to be with an adult at all times.
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