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Early learning starts at birth. Help your child develop the fundamental skills and knowledge that will lead to his future academic and life success. Learn how to support your child's learning each week and discover engaging play activities that are "just right" for his early education.

Your Child's Development & Learning

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Helping Your Child Help Himself

As he approaches two years old, your child will want to do more and more for himself, like washing his hands, feeding himself, or taking off simple clothes. He will still come to you for help, though, and when he does, take the opportunity to scaffold his learning. This means helping just enough to let him accomplish his goal on his own, perhaps making a suggestion or providing a demonstration. You'll need to judge if he's really ready for the task, but scaffolding can help him reach his goals and take pride in his efforts.

Has your child achieved the following Self-Concept developmental milestones yet? If yes, check off all the skill(s) he has already mastered to date!

Sources: This development milestone tracker is not a learning disability screening tool or test. If you have any questions related to your child's development and learning abilities, please speak to your pediatrician and care providers for guidance and resources.