The WHO Child Growth Standards Documentation The following documents describe the sample and methods used to construct the standards and present the development of the child from 0 charts. This site’s interactive maps and charts require a modern browser. For the best experience, please visit this site using Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer 9 or above.
Explore human development data from around the world using the interactive tools below. Data presented here were used in the preparation of the 2016 Human Development Report, released on 21 March 2017. Click this country to see its full profile. The list of countries shows only countries with the available HDI values. For a country without the HDI value it is possible to obtain the country profile by pointing to the country on the map and clicking.
Please note that the above map is used for navigational purposes only and may not conform with the United Nations cartographic standards. The map does not reflect a position by the United Nations Development Programme on the legal status of any country or territory or the delimitation of any frontiers. Enter the terms you wish to search for. Bonabodon introduces his greatest creation, Bobbybot, the Super Ultimate Museum guide. A House Just Right for Me! The Cat in the Hat and his pals need houses that are just the right size. Using printable finger puppets, your child can measure and build paper houses that are just perfect for the Cat, Sally, and Nick.
The Cyber Squad learns to duplicate a picture using grid coordinates. Help your child learn the shape of the letter V in this fun tag game. When a twister surprises the Tortuga mid-flight, the crew decides to abandon ship. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. The treatment in the “Language” sections in this article deals specifically with a child’s acquisition of the English language and does not represent a worldwide view of the subject. This article needs additional citations for verification.