Although no two children develop at the same rate, most children should be able to do certain things at certain ages. Talk with your pediatrician during your next office visit if you note major differences between your child's development and his appropriate age milestones. Here are some general guidelines for judging if your child is developing at a healthy pace.
A 2-year-old should be able to:
A 3-year-old should be able to:
A 4-year-old should be able to:
A 5-year-old should be able to:
A 6-year-old should be able to:
Source: American Academy of Pediatrics
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