Want a simple way to track your child's progress?
Enter your name and e-mail to have your Developmental Progress Chart sent to your inbox. You’ll be able to identify the skills your child has already learned, and find out what skills come next. I’ll also send you extra tips and activities to help you along the way.
How To Track Your Child's Progress With This Visual Progress Chart
Fill out this chart once a month. Use a different color each month and you will be able to look at it at a glance to see your child’s progress as well as any areas your child needs extra support in.
Joy Manning, M.Ed.
Hi! My name is Joy, and I am so happy you are here. I’ve been working with kids with autism since 2007. I’ve taught in public schools, private schools, homes, clinics, and orphanages.
I created this Developmental Progress Chart as a way to help the parents I work with to be able to easily see their child’s progress each month. It also help with understanding child development, developing goals, and learning to play at the right level for their child.
I hope that this will also be helpful to you!
The First Step In Early Intervention Is Identifying Your Child's Developmental Progress.
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