Parenting articles, news and tips psychological development of the child of preschool age raising happy, healthy, successful kids and teens. About Child Development Institute Child Development Institute was formed in 1999 and has been providing information to parents through its website ever since. The website currently receives over 2 million visitors per year.
The website was recommended for parents by the American Psychological Association and Psychology Today during its first year of operation. The goal of our website is to promote healthy development to enable children to reach their true potential for a successful and rewarding life. Promote positive parent-child relationships by encouraging spending time together having fun and fostering open communication. Promote the parent as the child’s first most important teacher for helping children not only acquire necessary academic skills and knowledge as well as teaching and sharing values, encouraging and supporting creativity and fostering curiosity and a love for learning.
Promote healthy physical development and child safety as well as provide parents news and information on common childhood illnesses. Provide information, tips and encouragement related to developing a positive parenting style. Provide information and tips for parents on how to encourage and support their child through the stages of development. Provide information and tips for parents on how to promote healthy emotional and social development. Provide parents with the information and tools necessary to encourage the appropriate use of various types of mass media by children and teens. Provide an online environment for parents to interact with other parents and to unwind through humor and relaxation. Provide an online center to help parents make good selections on such items as parenting books, toy, books for kids and electronic entertainment.
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