A listing of activities you can do with your child to develop both gross and fine motor skills.
Each child is very different and has their own strengths and ability levels. Use this chart to know what skills to work on next.
These lists describe common age developmental milestones, describing what tasks children ages birth to six years can do, using large groups of muscles to sit, stand, walk, run, keeping balance, and changing positions.
Families can use these guidelines for speech and language to compare general levels of communication for their child.
YouTube videos on a variety of topics from Beckman and Associates.