1st 5 yrs chart ~ what's normal:  http://www.docstoc.com/docs/66492507/Child-Development-Chart-First-5-Years

Child Development Chart - The First Five Years - A month to month chart outlining expected development of children's Social, Self-Help, Gross-Motor, Fine-Motor, and Language skills from Birth - 5 Years

Developmental Milestones to age 4-  Developmental milestones are the skills that children learn as they grow or develop.

Learn the Signs - Utah Act Early Campaign - something every pediatrician should refer parents to!

Stages of Your Child's Development. Repinned by playwithjoy.com. For more child development pins visit pinterest.com/playwithjoy

Stages of Your Child's Development. Quick reference guide to track if your child is ahead or behind in different areas of learning.

Website with FREE articles that discuss their children's physical, mental, emotional, and social development from ages 1 mo to 11 years old. Great resource for parents!

A website with FREE articles that address their children's physical, mental, emotional, and social development from ages 1 month to 11 years old. A great resource for parents and caregivers!

Developmental Milestones ages 3 to 5 chart.  What child development skills you can expect will be mastered between these ages.

Preschool Milestones: Ages 3 to 5

Early Childhood years) Developmental Milestones ages 3 to 5 chart. What child development skills you can expect will be mastered between these ages.

Infant speech & language developmental milestone chart. Additionally, click HERE >>> http://grandviewcc.ca/sites/default/uploads/files/Brochure%20-%20Preschool%20Speech%20and%20Language%20Program%20-%20Your%20Baby's%20Speech%20-%20Birth-30%20months.pdf for "Your Baby's Speech & Language Development: from Birth to 30 months" (PDF)

Speech and Language Development: Birth to 12 months

Infant speech & language developmental milestone chart for "Your Baby's Speech & Language Development: from Birth to 30 months" (PDF)

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push();    Babies of this age are more mobile. While they may not be walking, they can get around fairly well by crawling. With some help babies can take some steps. During this month and the next couple of months, separation anxiety...

Infants grow rapidly and parents are left to wonder! Read the infant development milestone chart to understand the changes in infants.

Foundations of Child Development  1 ) Relationships 2) Environment and 3) Nutrition (View only) For more on Brain development, see: https://www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/brain-functions/

Foundations of Child Development - Positive and negative effects on Brain Development including; 1 ) Relationships Environment and Nutrition

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