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The first 18 years of your child's life is sure to be her most influential and developmental. Check out these basic milestones for children through the years, and find tips on how to nurture growth.
Pick an early education program that's tailored to your child's needs.
Find out about what tests are used to diagnose or help students with special needs.
How much is too much enrichment for a preschooler? Tips to keep activities fun and developmentally appropriate for your preschooler.
Phobias in children are more common than you might think. Your child's fear of the dark could signal a normal developmental phaseâor something worse. These tips will help you figure out if he's suffering from a phobia, and what you can do to help.
Let's get down to the nitty-gritty of what you can expect from your third grader.
Highlights the milestones of motor development in three month periods for children aged zero to one.
Your sweet bundle of joy has turned into a babbling ball of energy by the time he hits the 4 to 6 month mark. Help him hone important skills for growth and learning with these baby development activities.
Your baby is approaching the all-important one year mark and he's loud, proud and, at times, out of control. Use his blossoming independent streak to facilitate growth with these toddler development activities.
The article discusses the transitional stages of the neonatal period.
Educators use milestones as possible indicators for learning disabilities. Here is a list of red flags to look out for in kindergarten.
This article focuses on classic autism, PDD-NOS and Asperger syndrome, with brief descriptions of Rett syndrome and childhood disintegrative disorder.
A list of common genetic abnormalities. The list includes the cause/early detection, characteristics, and developmental course of the abnormality.
An overview of the physical changes that take place in each stage of childhood from infancy through adolescence.
All children start speaking at a different rate. What if your kid's trouble talking is a sign of a developmental delay or disability? Find out how you can help.
The article discusses the characteristics of the infant's developmental stage including their physical growth and brain development.
Sit, stand, scoot, roll over—repeat! You have a 7- to 9-month-old and he won't be kept down. Take advantage of his curiosity and help him grow with these development activities for infants.
It might be tough to see them move out, but teens who plan to live independently for the first time are at a crucial developmental milestone. These traits will help you gauge if your child's ready for the change.
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