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vanessaallen

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Discussion 1.3: Take a look at some common milestones children reach as they grow from infants to school-agers - Centers for Disease Control Milestones Checklists

These list are very interesting I like to use them for my baby because it shows me where she should be and I like to look ahead to see what is going to be coming up in the next few months.
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I think this document is really helpful especially for new parents. It shows exactly where the baby/child should be and what the parents can do to support the child in their development. Of course, not all babies will act exactly the same way as what is on the lists but it's a really helpful tool for parents and childcare providers.
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this checklist is very helpful and useful, i can use it for my future child so that i know where they are at in their development and know where they should be at. and it shows what parents can do to improve their child's learning development 
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thi doccument is really helpful when lesson planing and even using at home with my own child.
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I agree with all of you that this checklist could be helpful for new parents but also for childcare providers

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mumdean

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I agree this checklist is help to new parents but also for childcare providers
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This checklist form the CDC is incredibly helpful in seeing if a child is generally on target for their development.  It gives a general guidelines for teachers/parents to follow if they become aware of any red flags. 
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