Kids, Start Your Engines

Raymond, Joan
October 2000
Newsweek;Fall/Winter2000 Your Child, Vol. 136 Issue 17a, p8
Discusses physical growth and development as milestones in the child's life. Individuality in the pace of nerve development and muscle development; Increase in the sense of self as neuromotor connections mature; Details of how a child develops from birth to toddler age; Concern of parents about the timeliness of development; Topic of motor skill delays.


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