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Child Development Institute     View
The Child Development Institute provides information on parenting, child development, child psychology, learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and dyslexia as well as reading and study skills improvement.

Age-Appropriate Toys for Children     View
This article describes "the basic characteristics of child development at each stage of growth. Lists of some age-appropriate toys are also included." Covers baby toys, toddler toys, toys for children in preschool, and toys for 6 to 8-year- ...

Kids Growth     View
"A Resource for Parents by Pediatricians and Child Care Experts." Kids Growth offers information on parenting and behavioral problems, stages of development, and medical conditions. Visitors can participate in discussions on child health and develo ...

A Guide To The Business Of Babysitting     View
Everything you need to know about being a successful babysitter is available on this site, from planning play activities to great business practices. Topics include basic childcare issues such as safety, bathing, diapering, feeding infants and childr ...

Kids Risk     View
Professor Kimberly Thompson of the Harvard School of Public Health "launched the Kids Risk Project to empower kids, parents, and policy makers to improve children's lives by focusing on the risks that children face and on finding cost-effective ...

National Center for Early Development & Learning (NCEDL)     View
NCEDL "is a national early childhood research project supported by the US Department of Education's Institute for Educational Sciences (IES)." It "focuses on enhancing the cognitive, social and emotional development of children from bi ...

Convention on the Rights of the Child     View
Background about the Convention on the Rights of the Child, "the first legally binding international instrument to incorporate the full range of human rights -- civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights" for children. Includes ...

Imaginary Companions Can Be Child's Fast Friends     View
December 2004 article about "new research [that] says make-believe friends are the sign of a fertile imagination and a milestone in a child's cognitive and emotional development." The article presents an overview of the findings, which had ...

Right to Play     View
"Right To Play is an athlete-driven international humanitarian organization that uses sport and play as a tool for development of children and youth in the most disadvantaged areas of the world." The site features a description of the progr ...

International Child Development Resource Center     View
This site provides information about upcoming conferences and online trainings that relate to autism, and also links to articles. The ICDRC was co-founded by two doctors who specialize in the treatment of children with developmental disorders.



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