EARLY INTERVENTION | DEVELOPMENT MILESTONES
Learn more at healthychildren.org, from the American Academy of Pediatrics

Set your child up for healthy growth and development by teaching healthy habits now. It's never too early to start.

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What are some of the developmental milestones my child should reach by seven months of age?

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What are some of the developmental milestones my child should reach by 12 months of age?

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Throughout her second year, your child will swing back and forth constantly between fierce

independence and clinging to you. Now that she can walk and do things for herself physically, she has the power to move away from you and test her new skills.

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Even babies can enjoy books and learn from sharing books with you. Sharing books with your little ones can help teach them to talk and get ready to listen and learn in school.

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It’s so difficult to follow the ups and downs of a two-year-old. One moment he’s beaming and friendly; the next he’s sullen and weepy—and often for no apparent reason. These mood swings, however, are just part of growing up.

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What are some of the developmental milestones my child should reach by three to four years of age?

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What are some of the developmental milestones my child should reach by four to five years of age?

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