It might seem like your little one will never become mobile or that their future milestones are still far away!
Learn all about your child’s physical development in articles about head control, sitting, crawling, first steps, pincer grasp movement, and more!
As your baby begins taking their first steps, you’ll find it’s almost impossible to avoid bumps and bruises. Their steps
During their learning process, you might see your baby crawling backwards before getting the hang of it and moving forward.
Have you ever wondered at what age do babies crawl? As with any other developmental milestone, crawling can happen within
From the moment they’re born, you and your child will embark on a journey that will go from them grabbing
Being able to write or draw is a huge accomplishment for your little one! Like all aspects of development these
If you’re a Kinedu advocate and have seen our activity videos, you’re most likely aware of the profound importance and
The use of scissors requires and enhances many developmental skills. Cutting allows children to build the tiny muscles in their
Babies and toddlers explore and learn about the world that surrounds them by playing with objects. By doing this not
Okay, so we’ve been through this topic before and we all know how important it is for our little ones
When babies are born, they are not capable of associating what they see with what they touch. You’ll notice that
When you watch a baby try their wobbly first steps, it’s cute how completely uncoordinated they look. It seems as
The preschool years are crucial for a child’s gross and fine motor skills development. The American Academy of Pediatrics asserts
As the American Academy of Pediatrics states, at around 48 months of age, preschool children are developing the gross motor
To learn how to write, a child has to develop fine and gross motor skills in a consistent and predictable
Children around 3 and 4 years of age still have a very limited vocabulary, so their explanations and other cognitive
According to a 2001 research paper published on the journal Early Childhood Research in Practice, there are many factors beyond
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the CDC, between the age of 36 and 48 months, most children
As you may know by now, kids learn by observing and then doing. So, because preschoolers have lots of energy
According to the well-known book Fundamental Motor Patterns, written by Ralph Wickstrom, jumping is a fundamental gross motor skill that
The Royal Children’s Hospital states that hand dominance is the consistent preference of one hand over the other when doing
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