Children in the early grades of elementary school are at a period of slow, but steady growth. The rapid changes of the infant and preschool years are behind them. They are still busy mastering physical skills like learning to ride a bike without training wheels or learning to tie their shoes. Children are slowly moving away from total dependence on parents, while school, friends and teachers are playing a more important role than ever before.
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Developmental stages are provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Child development page for children ages one through six from PBS parents.
Developmental Milestones for children from age three through sixteen from Schwab Learning.
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