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The first year of a child's life is a crucial time for their nervous system development. During this period, they acquire gross and fine motor skills, develop their senses, speech, and emotional awareness. The progression of their motor skills and overall development are critical indicators of their nervous system development during early childhood.

We will look at what a child's natural development looks like, what they should be able to do approximately at what time. It is a journey from lying on their backs to rolling over, crawling, standing, and eventually walking, each movement builds upon the last.

Skipping any developmental stage can have significant consequences for their future academic success.


It's important to remember that every child develops at their own pace, so use the suggested timeframes as a guide. Rather than focusing on when a child reaches a developmental milestone, it's more important how and to ensure that they don't skip any stages and that they're progressing through each stage in a healthy way.

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