Child Development Timeline and Baby Development Chart
from 1 month to 5 years old
This chart gives general milestones in a child's development.
Baby Development Chart - Every child is different.
The information below lets you know what to expect. It will help you record your child's progress. As you measure the progress, make notes on the chart. These notes will provide a good record of your child's development.
Early intervention may begin at any time between birth and school age; however, there are many reasons for it to begin as early as possible. Contact Information by State
MANDATORY CHILD DEVELOPMENT SKILLS
Use music for overall brain and body integration and development.
TO BEGIN: BASICS FOR BABY
Ears develop by 10 weeks and hear sound. You hear in the womb before you open your eyes.
Did you know Babies remember music they heard in the womb? You hear the woosh woosh wooshing rhythmic sound of your mother's blood. It sounds like the shhhh sound we use to make the baby stop crying. It is familiar, it is our instinct to use that same sound to quiet a baby, simply because it is the first familiar sound you hear. The sense of touch develops first and by 10 months old babies have learned words.
The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control, Grit - Perserverence "Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude."
- Learn about the basics needs of Healthy Children and 12 hours of SLEEP by 12 weeks old
- SING LULLABYES
- USE PLAY PARTY FINGER GAMES
- Learn about The Importance of Play
- Learn about The Importance of Laughter
- Use The Arts cartoons, story telling, and nursery rhymes.
- Why teaching Music - game songs makes your baby smarter!
- When are they Ready for Kindergarten?
- When can you safely introduce technology to kids?
- THE EVOLUTIONARY ROOTS OF LANGUAGE
As a child, Einstein didn't start talking until he was 3 years old. He continued to have trouble speaking through elementary school, and was still not completely fluent in his own language as a 9-year-old, but learning music made him smarter!
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- FREE ACTIVITY TABLES +
1 Month most children...
- * Lift head a little when lying on stomach
- * Watch objects for a short time
- * Make "noise in throat" sounds
- * Stay away from annoying sensations such as cloth or blanket on the face
Music is Langauge - Language is Music
Yes you can start speaking another language to your child they will learn 2 at the same time. Learn about the interdisciplinary connections between Evolution, Music, Language, And Reading. The Science of Why Using Music to Teach Children Works and the Connections Between Speech and Song.