Development



In the first year of life, you have watched your baby grow from a tiny helpless newborn to a real little person with a personality of his or her own beginning to emerge. Between the ages of one and five years, your child will continue this development at an astonishing rate. At one, he or she is beginning to talk and use simple words, by five he or she will be telling complex stories and possibly even beginning to read and write!

To help you follow, and encourage, your child's development, we've put togther a series of articles on the stages he or she may go through as they navigate toddlerdom and the preschool years.

  • Ten great habits to teach your preschooler
    Ten great habits to teach your preschooler
  • Child behaviour: what to worry about & where to get help
    Child behaviour: what to worry about & where to get help
  • Your child needs to hear 20,000 words a day
    Your child needs to hear 20,000 words a day
  • I am three and it's all about me
    I am three and it's all about me
  • How physical activity helps develop kids' brains
    How physical activity helps develop kids' brains
  • Are we killing our kids' creativity?
    Are we killing our kids' creativity?
  • Preschooler development
    Preschooler development
  • 10 steps for a successful transition from cot to bed
    10 steps for a successful transition from cot to bed
  • Sing it loud! Music as therapy
    Sing it loud! Music as therapy

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