Kids Development Milestones


From birth through to the onset of puberty, children pass through a series of milestones that cover everything from their physical development to when they should start playing independently.

Dr. Dawn has helped prepare this interactive guide that allows you to quickly and easily track your child's development milestones, as well as highlighting warning signs and important markers such as health checks and immunisations.

Remember, all children develop differently and this tool is just a guide to what you might expect. It is not a substitute for a professional medical diagnosis and you should always check with your GP if you are worried about your child's development.

  • 0-4 Weeks
  • 4-6 Weeks
  • 6-12 Weeks
  • 3-4 Months
  • 4-5 Months
  • 5-6 Months
  • 6-7 Months
  • 7-8 Months
  • 8-9 Months
  • 9-10 Months
  • 10-11 Months
  • 11-12 Months
  • 12-13 Months
  • 13-15 Months
  • 15-18 Months
  • 18-24 Months
  • 2-3 Years
  • 3-4 Years
  • 4-5 Years
  • 5-6 Years
  • 6-7 Years
  • 7-8 Years
  • 8-9 Years
  • 9-10 Years
  • 10-11 Years
  • 11-12 Years
  • 12-13+ Years



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