Child development is a sequence of changing and learning that occurs while children are growing. Transformations occur in the body (Physical), with how they think, remember and understand (Intellectual), the way they feel (Emotional) and how they relate to and connect with others (Social). CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” program offers free, parent-friendly tools to help track your child’s milestones milestones from age 2 months to 5 years. Hear parents share their personal experiences using CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” tools and resources by watching the video below.
Track your child’s (2 months through age 5) development milestones with this Milestone Tracker App and the Milestone Moments publication from the CDC. They offer checklists, videos, tips and activities, along with appointment reminders and a summary of your child’s development to share with your doctor.
Text4Baby App sends text messages up to three time a week, with helpful hints and help you remember doctor’s appointments for you or your baby until baby’s first birthday.
Pathways.org has a number of videos, tipsheets and resources, organized by age, that can help you encourage your child’s physical and social/emotional development. They also offer an introduction to speech and language that provides checklists, tips and milestone descriptions for speech, language and hearing development in children ages 3 through 36 months old.
This chart allows you to track your child’s physical, play, and speech development. If you feel your baby is developing at a different pace, seek help. You know your child best!