What Should Your Child be Able to do and at What Age?

Posted on 27/04/2016 by Room to Grow
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What Should Your Child be Able to do and at What Age?

If some mums and dads are to be believed, their babies came strolling out of the womb doing stand-up and writing their first novel. But with so many exaggerating parents around it can be hard to know exactly what your little ones should be capable of and when. That’s why we’ve put together this nifty little guide to all the things you need to look out for to make sure your child’s on track.

flying baby

Foreword: Your baby should not be able to fly, at any age. Please seek medical advice.

2-4 months:

6-9 months:

One year:

18 months to two years:

Three to four years:

Five to six years:

Seven to 10 years:

So there you have it. Making sure your little one is on track for each developmental milestone will help them become fully-fledged little people, ready to face the big wide world! Eek!

Child with Backpack

We’re not crying, we just have imaginary butterflies in our eyes…

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