Important Milestones: By the End of Five Years (60 Months)
Parents are always concerned about whether or not their child is developing along normal stages. Many parents will become anxious because they hear things, write scripts, compare peer development and may actually make anxious decisions about the well being of their children because of false information. This Parent Conference Handout will provide parents with a developmental frame of reference for the skills that a child of 5 years of age should be able to accomplish.
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