My Child’s Growth & Development
Babies and children grow at different rates, and in many different ways. While height (or length when they’re little) and weight are important to keep track of, so is your child’s social, cognitive and emotional development.
Click here for free, printable growth chart you can use in your home to track your child’s progress.
As your baby grows into a young child, you may be wondering what food he or she should eat – and how much of it. Click here to explore an interactive nutrition chart, which includes information about portion size suggestions.
Your child not only needs food and exercise to grow up healthy, he or she also needs cognitive stimulation. That means a lot of cuddling, singing, talking and reading!
Click here for an interactive graphic on helping your child develop vital language skills.
To learn more about the importance of reading with your baby and young child, click here.
If at any point you have any questions or concerns about your child’s growth or development, please Children's Services Council at 1.888.634.7900.