Jul 21, 2022 in Life Coaching
What are the Major Child Development Stages and Milestones in the First Years?
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In this article, we will discuss the major child development stages. Parents of newborns often wonder what are the milestones and stages of their child's life.
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As a parent, you learn something about your child every day and it's a beautiful experience to watch your kid grow and develop. What's more exciting is that you'll walk your child through these changes and stay at his side throughout the process.
However, it is important to remember that every child is unique and yours might develop at his own pace. Or at times, reach stages sooner or longer than other children.
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Major Child Development Milestones and Stages
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Let's take a look at the development stages and milestones:
Infants - birth to one year of age:
- Learns to sit without support;
- Develops at least one tooth;
- Can laugh and smile;
- Has the ability to roll over;
- Learns to crawl and might take a few steps with support;
- Understands the word "No";
- Can probably say "mama" and "dada";
- Ability to drink from a cup.
Toddler - one to three years of age:
- Ability to feed himself;
- Vocabulary gets extended;
- Can walk up and down stairs;
- Imitates others;
- Potty training;
- Can recognize the difference between males and females;
- Understands simple commands;
- Can say his own name;
- Ability to pedal a tricycle.
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Preschooler - three to six years of age:
- Can do most things and tasks independently;
- Catching balls;
- Ability to skip;
- Hops on one-foot;
- Understanding time and sizes;
- Can draw a few things;
- Starting school;
- Can form sentences;
- Motor skills development;
- Physical growth.
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Now that you have an idea of what the major milestones and developmental stages are, you'll know what to expect along your parenting journey.
If you have any concerns about your child and their development, you can consult your health practitioner for any physical development issues.
You can also read articles on WikiExpert that pertains to parenting and follow this topic to stay updated on the latest.
Alternatively, if you'd like to speak to a professional to get tips on how to be a good parent and nurture your child, you can book a session with an Online Parenting Coach for personalized help that is tailored to your needs.
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