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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The growth and development of a child are affected by three distinct factors: environmental factors, biological factors and interpersonal relationships. Focusing on these three factors can help ensure the healthy growth ... More »

Activities that promote cognitive development vary depending on the age of the child, but they can include identifying sounds and colors, making food choices, counting, singing and playing verbal games. Promoting activit... More »

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Holistic development in children places a focus on nurturing all parts of a child's being, including physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and creative elements. It focuses on all parts of a child instead of one p... More »

The theory of mind shows that there is a direct connection between a child's ability to play pretend and the positive development of the mind, especially in regard to the abilities of negotiation, problem solving, social... More »