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Developmental Milestones: The First Year - Iowa State University

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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the first year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different ...more
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This page describes some of the traits and behaviors which generally appear during the first year of a child's life. The content stresses that each child develops at a different rate, and some behaviors may appear earlier or later. The author also suggests steps to take if more than a few of the listed behaviors are not present.

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Divorce Matters - A Child's View - Iowa State University

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This page offers brief summaries of the ways in which children and young people typically react to divorce at differing ages. The author then suggests strategies parents and caregivers...more
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This page offers brief summaries of the ways in which children and young people typically react to divorce at differing ages. The author then suggests strategies parents and caregivers can use to help the child accept and cope with the situation.

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Holiday Stress and Divorced Families

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This short article outlines some of the extra stresses that divorced families encounter during holiday seasons and suggests strategies parents can use to help control these additional...more
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This short article outlines some of the extra stresses that divorced families encounter during holiday seasons and suggests strategies parents can use to help control these additional strains.

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Brain Wonders - ZerotoThree

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This article provides detailed information about the development of the brain in children from birth to age three. The content covers motor development, emotions, language, the senses,...more
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This article provides detailed information about the development of the brain in children from birth to age three. The content covers motor development, emotions, language, the senses, and other topics. This content would be especially useful for first-time parents

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Growth Charts - KidsHealth

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This article can help parents learn how to use and understand growth charts used by health care professionals to measure the development of infants and young children. The text explains...more
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This article can help parents learn how to use and understand growth charts used by health care professionals to measure the development of infants and young children. The text explains how these charts are used to assess a child's development.

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A Parent's Guide to Surviving Adolescence - KidsHealth

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Here's a well-written site that offers a collection of ideas and experiences from parents of teens on how to make the most of what can be trying years. There is ...more
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Here's a well-written site that offers a collection of ideas and experiences from parents of teens on how to make the most of what can be trying years. There is an empasis on consistency, communication, and regular contact, with plenty of links to additional resources for dealing with specific problems. This one's a winner.

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Backpack Safety - KidsHealth

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Backpacks are great, but an overloaded pack can pose a risk of injury to your child. This article suggests ways to be sure that your child's backpack isn't doing more ...more
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Backpacks are great, but an overloaded pack can pose a risk of injury to your child. This article suggests ways to be sure that your child's backpack isn't doing more harm than good.

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Nine Steps to More Effective Parenting - KidsHealth

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This article offers nine general principles which parents can use to ensure that they are providing caring, consistent parenting for their children. The content can help parents strike...more
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This article offers nine general principles which parents can use to ensure that they are providing caring, consistent parenting for their children. The content can help parents strike a balance between nurturing and discipline as their child grows.

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Choosing and Instructing a Babysitter - KidsHealth

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Here's a brief but thorough summary of what parents should look for in a babysitter and what instructions any sitter should have. The page includes links to additional resources. ...more
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Here's a brief but thorough summary of what parents should look for in a babysitter and what instructions any sitter should have. The page includes links to additional resources.

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Ages and Stages: 9 through 11 Years - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in upper elementary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in upper elementary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: 6 through 8 Years - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in primary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in primary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Five Year Olds - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Four Year Olds - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in four year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in four year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Three Year Olds - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in three year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in three year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Two Year Old - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in two year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in two year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: 18 to 24 Months - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: 12 to 18 Months - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Newborn to One Year - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their first year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their first year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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KinderArt

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Here's a ready source for thousands of art ideas, projects, and activities for primary students. Seasonal and theme activities provide primary teachers or parents with lots of instructional...more
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Here's a ready source for thousands of art ideas, projects, and activities for primary students. Seasonal and theme activities provide primary teachers or parents with lots of instructional options. This site also includes a variety of craft projects.

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Children and Family Moves - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on helping children cope with a move. ...more
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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on helping children cope with a move.

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