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  • Smart Toys for Every Age for Parents


    An age-wise guide on play and the toys that encourage learning, promote motor skill development, and spark imagination.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 8- to 12-Month-Old for Parents


    From scooting to crawling to cruising, during these months, babies are learning how to get around.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 1- to 3-Month-Old for Parents


    The reflexes they had just after birth start to disappear as babies this age gain more control over movements and interact more with their environment.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 1- to 2-Year-Old for Parents


    Most toddlers this age are walking and gaining even more control over their hands and fingers. Give your child lots of fun (and safe) things to do to encourage this development.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 4- to 7-Month-Old for Parents


    At this age, kids are learning to roll over, reach out to get what they want, and sit up. Provide a safe place to practice moving and lots of interesting objects to reach for.

  • Occupational Therapy for Parents


    Occupational therapy can help improve kids' cognitive, physical, and motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.

  • Delayed Speech or Language Development for Parents


    Knowing what's "normal" and what's not in speech and language development can help you figure out if you should be concerned or if your child is right on schedule.

  • Learning, Play, and Your 1- to 2-Year-Old for Parents


    Kids go from babies to toddlers during this time, from first steps to walking well. They also make major strides in language and communication.

  • Fitness and Your 2- to 3-Year-Old for Parents


    Kids this age are naturally active, so be sure to provide lots of opportunities for your child to practice basic skills, such as running, kicking, and throwing.

  • Toddlers: Learning by Playing for Parents


    It might look like just child's play, but toddlers are hard at work learning important physical skills as they gain muscle control, balance, and coordination.