It is suggested that a child’s height at age two, doubled, is the height of the child once they reach adulthood. There are many milestones that children will reach during their childhood. At each age period there should be many things the child is able to do. For example, at the age of two kids should be able to walk up and down stairs, ride a tricycle and more. A five year old, on the other.
This essay reviews current research into child development. It examines how the well-being of children is affected by rapid social and economic change; whether and in what ways children have benefited from economic growth; and how policy can use economic growth as a tool to promote the best interests of the child. It uses evidence from the Young Lives study of child poverty and draws on.