Your Baby’s Development: Month 7
Understand your 7-month-old's development with ParentPal's Milestone Guide. Learn which milestones to look for and how you can support your child's healthy development.
A Room-by-Room Guide to Childproofing Your Home
Accidents happen. Be aware and prepared by following our room-by-room steps for childproofing your home.
Social-Emotional Milestones to Watch For: Months 1 & 2
A child’s social-emotional development creates the context in which they develop and exercise all of their other abilities. Discover four critical social-emotional milestones for you to watch for during baby’s first two months.
ParentPal’s Learning Essentials Holiday Gift Guide
ParentPal’s Holiday Gift Guide features curated sets of age-appropriate toys and books, meant to fully support your child’s developmental journey from birth to age 5.
Three Ways to Encourage Gross-Motor Skills During the First 3 Months
Major gross-motor milestones include walking, running, climbing, jumping, balance, and coordination. Discover simple ways to encourage gross-motor development during playtime and daily routines.
Five Ways to Turn Daily Routines into Moments that Matter
Easily turn what could be humdrum routines into moments that matter, while building cognitive, language, fine motor, and other skills.
6 Ways to Encourage Fine-Motor Development During the First 6 Months
As a parent or caregiver, there are simple ways you can help your child strengthen small eye and hand muscles and improve dexterity. Check out six everyday things you can do to improve your infant’s fine-motor skills.
What are Modeled Moments?
ParentPal’s new Modeled Moment videos offer real-life, easy-to-do suggestions for turning everyday interactions into powerful learning Moments that Matter.
From Birth to 5, a Guide to Your Child’s Milestones and Development
The ParentPal guide to your baby’s development. Learn which milestones to look for, from newborn to age 5.
The Power of a Moment: Creating Moments that Matter
Singing, tickling, cuddling all have a profound impact on your child’s learning. These small but mighty moments of intentional time strengthen social-emotional, cognitive, and physical development.
Your Child’s World: Where familiar sensations meet first-time experiences
Creating a dynamic environment to meet your child’s ever-changing needs involves doing three things, all within your reach.
Experience is the Best Teacher
Every interaction you have with your young child is affecting the development of his or her brain architecture. By understanding the potential of your interactions with your little one, you have the power to help your child thrive during this critical period of brain development.