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In the overall development of a person, there are bound to be challenges that will arise and delay there developmental process. It is very crucial to address the issues as they crop up so that the developmental process can be problem free. Children grow and develop at different rates. Even though the pathway from beginning to end of each childhood differs, it is a fact that most of them pass through a set of predictable milestones. Child development refers to how children gain the ability to undertake more complex things as they advance in years. The normal developmental skills that every child should under go are; gross motor skill -where the child can use the muscles in their bodies to sit, run and walk, the fine motor skill-enables the child to coordinate the body parts so that they can be able to eat, dress and play. The mastering of the thinking, social and language skills enable them to develop fully as persons (Developmental Milestones, 2011).

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