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A child development chart outlines how a normal child's growth should progress through different development areas with time. Development charts typically serve as rough guides only, and an individual child's progress ca... More »

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Baby books include a baby milestones section. A normal milestone chart, which relates age to what a child does or feels, is found in this section of a baby book. More »

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To make a tooth chart for a child, print out a copy of the permanent tooth development chart or primary tooth chart provided on the American Dental Association's Mouth Healthy website. Then as each tooth appears, color t... More »

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