As they grow, your kids will experience physical, cognitive, and social-emotional milestones.
Reaching their developmental milestones is important because these offer clues and insights into your kids’ health.
When your kids reach their milestones at typical ages, it means they are on the right track with their health and development. When kids aren’t reaching milestones at typical ages, it could mean they have a developmental delay, and they may need additional support to reach their full potential.
It’s important to keep in mind that all kids develop at different rates, and every kid’s developmental timeline is unique to them!
But, keeping track of your kids’ milestones will give you a better understanding of how they are learning and developing. It can also help you nurture and encourage their growth, or seek assistance when you need it.