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  How your child plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves offer important clues about your child’s development. Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age.

  This link will explain child development from observable behaviors from 3 months to 5 years.     https://pathways.org/all-ages/


Examples of these abilities are:

  • Handling food and objects with hands and fingers (able to hold a cup without dropping or spilling contents.
  • Walking or moving around with confidence and ease.
  • Able to repeat clearly and correctly what is said, speak clearly in sentences of up to 5 words.
  • Responds to everyday interactions including sound, light, touch in a positive manner.
  • Can follow simple verbal instructions



Sharing your child’s particular needs before they are to enter the school setting will help with programming and support services.  





The link below explains communicating with your child about Covid19



The link below accompanies the document Getting Started with Mindfulness Toolkit



The link below is for Learning at Home – there’s lots of information on this site for working with children at home




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