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Most new parents worry about their little one reaching baby developmental milestones, and get 'milestone envy' watching other kids soar. Calm your worries by learning about these developmental landmarks, and what you can do to help your baby achieve them.
Early identification of speech and language delays or difficulties is crucial to getting children the help they need. Read on for valuable speech delay info.
Examines the vital role that parents play in promoting their infants' and toddlers' development and the implications it has for child care professionals.
In addition to an awareness of their own emotions, children need the ability to recognize the cues reflecting the emotions of others.
Struggling with a thumbsucker?  Here's a guide to understanding the behavior and expert advice on how to wean your child away from it.
Describes the preoperational stage of development as defined by Piaget and provides an overview of the egocentric nature of children's behavior at this level.
A new report says every child should be screened for autism twice before the age of two. What does this means for parents?
Outlines the major physical changes that occur in adolescence (puberty, mood changes, sleep requirements, etc.) and some of the ways they affect behavior.
As adults, we often feel it's too difficult to learn a new language, but for kids, it's easy. Here's how to get bilingual in an increasingly global society.
I have noticed that lately my four-year-old son will not do anything that requires him to be away from me. Is there something wrong with him? What can I do?
Morality has to do with our ideas regarding what is right and what is wrong. This article looks at Piaget and Kohlberg's theories on children's moral concepts.
During middle and late childhood, kids are pragmatists: they're concerned with how things work, rather than with why they work or how well they work.
A look at the essential goals that should shape the preschool curriculum, including early literacy awareness, social and self-help skills, and more.
Children learn to develop an awareness of feelings when adults serve as role models, expressing their own feelings in words and teaching a feelings vocabulary.
Describes the advancement in childrenâs ability to understand mathematics in preschool. Topics include number sense, geometric thinking and measurement.
Highlights aspects of preschool social development like parallel play, negotiating social skills, friendships, and understanding how behavior impacts others.
In first grade, your child will continue to learn and grow. What do the normal developmental milestones look like? Use this guide to track your childâs
Kids develop at different rates, one child might be ready to tango while another is learning to walk.  Here's a guide to some common childhood milestones.
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