Your toddler's physical development is amazing to watch. Here you'll learn what to expect ? from running to jumping to grasping a pencil. Plus, we'll also tell you how your toddler ranks on height and weight charts compared to his peers.
Watch as two toddlers play learning activities that will develop a wide range of motor, cognitive, and social skills.
These great indoor games will get your preschooler moving.
Your child's mastery of fine-motor skills will allow him greater independence. Here are some of the skills your youngster will perfect in the preschool years.
Your child is ready to eat, play, and even start getting dressed on his own -- if you let him try. Rather than babying him, letting him tackle the following activities will build his confidence. We'll show you when and how to get started.
Once your child starts walking, keeping him by your side in public is no easy task. Rein in your little sprinter with this on-the-go advice.
Everyone talks about how tall -- or short -- a child is, but does size really matter?
Walking isn't the only exciting motor skill your kid will master this year. Help him run, jump, and climb with these tips.
Little hands can develop fine motor skills by learning the proper way to cut paper.
Your baby is growing into a toddler! Here's what you can expect to see and when you should talk to a doctor.
Fine-tune your child's motor skills at any age with these simple, fun activities.
These toys will help build skills without being overly challenging.
Celebrity dad Chris Hemsworth's 4-year-old daughter is a little jealous of some equipment her two brothers have.
Curious about your baby's development? Follow our age-by-age growth chart to see the average height and weight your child should have as he grows from baby to big kid. Learn about your baby's healthy growth standards and benchmarks.
Is your child's small stature something to worry about?
Use this important, quick screening index to identify your kid's BMI to determine if your child is underweight, overweight, or obese.
Toddlers may not be ready for pens and pencils yet, but hand your child a crayon -- there's a lot to learn from scribbling.
Take your child's first steps in stride with reassuring advice from the experts.
Why do some toddlers take their time before taking their first steps?
At a time when one in three kids weighs too much, an inability to pack on pounds might seem like a minor issue. But some slender children have health concerns of their own.
Your doctor dutifully plots your child's height and weight, but what do all those percentiles mean, anyway? We've got the answers to this and more.
Teaching your child good balance at an early age will set her up for better body awareness, coordination, and -- yes -- concentration.
Is there such a thing as growing pains?
Your toddler will grow by leaps and bounds in the months ahead. Don't miss a moment of this awesome age.
New research finds body image awareness starts as young as preschool. What's a parent to do?