You are your child's best teacher!
Toddlers Don't Just Toddle
- Most important period for human development
- Lay the foundation for all later development
- Impact lifelong learning, behaviour, health and well-being
Curious about your child's development?
Learn what you can expect at various ages & stages. You can complete a questionnaire that provides a look at your child’s expected milestones for his/her age. You can also stop by Parent Link and ask a resource worker for a questionnaire.
You can now complete an Ages & Stages Questionnaire or a Social-Emotional Questionnaire online.
Wondering what to expect at each age and stage?
The Parenting Counts Timeline offers access to research-based information about your child's development from birth to five.
Interactive Milestone charts from The Baby Centre are quick reads that show snapshots of child development from birth to five.
Looking for ideas to try at home?
Print off a calendar of activities to try with your:
Have you heard of the Bounce Back Book?
The Bounce Back Book offers parents tips on helping your child build resiliency. Read/print practical strategies to try at home with your:
Are you looking to read more about a parenting topic?
Strathcona County Library has booklists of terrific titles read and recommended by SCL staff. You can also find print copies in the Library.
Want to find out more?
Raising Children 0-6 years
Provides parents with information on behaviours, parenting strategies, and what to expect at your child’s different ages and stages.
Zero To Three Child Development
Includes tips and tools for parents of children 0-3 with questions on challenging behaviours, early development, health/nutrition, promoting social/emotional development, play, sleep, etc.
Offers parents strategies around getting school reading, activities to try at home, and information on early childhood development.
Triple P Tip Sheets
Get started right away by exploring helpful parenting tips!
Last updated: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
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