Children change every day, physically, cognitively, and emotionally.
Categorizing the ways in which children grow and change is a helpful way to keep track of the many ways children develop, and it gives some insight into how they learn and mature. We do this by looking at developmental milestones – things most children can do at a certain age – and associating these milestones with five different developmental stages:
- Motor & Physical
- Cognition & Perception
- Social & Emotional
- Adaptive & Self Care
- Communication & Language
Milestones are things most children can do at a certain age. To help keep track of the ways children develop, milestones are related to different developmental stages. This wheel helps you check on your child’s milestones in each Stage of Development at different ages.
Click on the wheel to see the different milestones!
See developmental activities for different ages!
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A campaign from the Wyoming Department of Health, Screen for Success is on a mission to spread the word about the multitude of benefits of early childhood screenings, how screenings lead to healthy children, and why every child in Wyoming should get their free screening.
“We may not be able to prepare the future for our children,
but we can at least prepare our children for the future.”
Franklin D. Roosevelt
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