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Child Development Psychology
Understanding Our Child’s Needs & Help Them Thrive
Queenie Tan, Asia’s Elite Parenting Coach
Why reading to your baby is good? Have a read to find out more!
Is Your Child’s Short Stature Something To Worry About?
Associate Professor Dr Muhammad Yazid Jalaludin
MANAGING COMMUNICATION DISORDER IN CHILDREN
Every child is unique in his/her development. However, when a child does not acquire certain skills at a certain developmental age, this could be a red flag of a communication disorder.
Nawal Mohd Shafie Speech-Language Therapist, Speech & Hearing Centre Sunway Medical Centre Sdn. Bhd.
6 Things You May Not Know Your Baby Can Do
We bet you had no idea how much your baby could do until now! Read on to find out why you're really living with a Superbaby!
My Baby’s Developmental Milestone: Walking
One day he's standing against the couch — maybe sliding along it — and the next he's tottering hesitantly into your waiting arms.
Baby's First Tooth
Caring For Your Baby's Teeth Before They Appear
Baby’s Emotional Development
Even very young babies can recognise and respond to some emotions on their parents’ faces. What do babies feel and when do they start to feel it?
My Baby’s Developmental Milestone: Talking
Your baby will learn to talk during his first two years of life. Here's how you can learn expect your baby's talking to progress.
Grow, Baby, Grow…
All babies develop in the same order but at completely different rates.
Reading... How it develops
An infant’s brain is orientated to learn language literally from birth but the ability to read does not occur spontaneously and needs to be taught.
Jennifer Peters Lee
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