Child developmental milestones and ranges: First 12 months

All parents, specially first-timers, are eager for information that will help them make sure their children are having a satisfactory development. Although every baby develops...

The science behind deferred imitation

Deferred imitation is typically defined as a modeled action or series of actions that are reproduced after a certain delay. The beauty behind deferred imitation is...

Against all odds

When a child learns to walk and falls down 50 times, he never thinks "maybe this isn't for me". You’ll find out soon enough just how...

Motor milestones: Learning to roll

Has your baby mastered head control? He'll soon be ready to learn how to roll over. This is an important milestone for your baby because it...

Baby on the move: Different crawling styles

Is your baby ready for crawling? Around 7-10 months most babies master the hand-and-knee crawling method, but others develop alternative styles of crawling that work...

Open-ended toys: Why your little one prefers a cardboard box over flashy toys

“Helping children thrive doesn’t mean providing the best toys or the most expensive gadgets. Quite the opposite; learning happens when children create their own play...
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