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Average weight gain in a child’s first two years: 400%Age at which brain has reached 55% of adult size: 2 years

Age at which brain has reached 90% of adult size: 6 years

Amount of sleep a newborn needs each day: 20 hours

Range in which newborns can focus: 8-12 inches

Age at which a baby recognizes your face: 3 months

Age at which most babies begin to smile and laugh: 4 months

Age at which most babies can roll over in both directions: 6 months

Age at which most babies sit without support: 7 months

Age at which most babies crawl well: 10 months

Age at which most babies can say “mama” and “dada” (to the right parent): 11 months

Age at which most babies can stand alone for a couple of seconds: 11 months

Age at which most babies take their first steps: 9-12 months

Age at which most babies understand requests like “be quiet” or “wait a minute”: 12-15 months

Age at which most babies can “read” board books on their own: 18 months

Age at which most children can pedal a tricycle: end of 3rd year

Age at which most children understand the concept of “mine” and “his/hers”: end of 3rd year

Age at which most children can draw a person: end of 4th year

Age at which most children can count to five: 4-5 years

Attention span of average 6-to-8-year-old: 15-20 minutes

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