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Learn and grow from 0 to 5

What should my child be doing at this age? Find out what our experts have to say about developmental milestones at each age group!

0 to 4 months

Babies under 5 months see mainly in black and white and have limited ability to play. What should you be doing with them?

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4 to 8 months

Babbling, fine-motor skills, object permanence, cause and effect. What do these things mean and how should you play?

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8 to 12 months

Budding independence and an increased knowledge of the world. How can you balance open-ended and goal-oriented play?

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12 to 18 months

Walking, talking, and an insatiable desire to explore. What toys and materials are most important?

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We design each toy and book to target milestones slightly ahead of your child’s age. This ensures greater opportunity for learning, and years of fun!

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18 to 24 months

The age of pre-numeracy, pre-literacy, big emotions, and independence. How do you keep up?

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2 - 3 years

How do you ensure that your child has a solid bilingual foundation for their first independent school experience?

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3 - 5 years

The preschool years. How do you broaden your child’s knowledge about the world around them?

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We design each toy and book to target milestones slightly ahead of your child’s age. This ensures greater opportunity for learning, and years of fun!

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FAQ

Where do we get this information about developmental milestones?

We have access to years of developmental reports from Tutor Time HK, and we also conduct extensive research for each age group.

How do I use this information?

Developmental milestones give you a general idea of things that you should be seeing at each stage. They are not absolute - development happens on a spectrum.

How can I help my child reach milestones?

Learning-through-play is the most natural way to reach milestones. Find some age-appropriate, educational toys that challenge your child to practice different skills.

I have more questions about my child’s development. Can I contact you?

Sure! Contact us at hello@learningtime.com.hk and we’d be happy to answer more specific questions. If you have more serious concerns, you should also bring it up with your pediatrician.

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