You need to upgrade your Flash Player to version 9 or newer.

Is Your Child Ahead or Behind? Find out now...Begin Test Now

Get these FREE Childmark Excusive Reports NOW.

The Beginnings of an Athlete - Supporting your child’s physical development is an important part of being a parent. Whether your child someday becomes a Olympic Champion or just becomes a happy healthy confident adult, these first years will lay the groundwork for success in the physical endeavors of their life. This book will give you specific activities for different ages and levels of development. Engaging your child in these activities on a regular basis will give them a solid set of skills that will help them for years to come.

Mini-Book:        Hearing

The Beginnings of a Great Communicator - Supporting your child’s language development is an important part of being a parent. These first years will lay the groundwork for successful communication skills throughout their life. This book will cover the basic stages in language development, normal/abnormal language development, and potential language issues. There will also be select activities that work on specific skills like word meanings and word identification.

Mini-Book: Walking

The Beginnings of a Problem Solver - Supporting your child’s Intellectual development is an important part of being a parent. Whether your child someday becomes the next Albert Einstein or just becomes a happy healthy confident adult, these first years will lay the groundwork for success in the intellectual endeavors of their life. This book will give you specific activities for different ages and levels of development. Engaging your child in these activities on a regular basis will give them a solid set of skills that will help them for years to come.

Mini-Book: Talking

Begin Test Now!

You'll receive a link to download these valuable books as a thank you for taking the ChildMark Accessment Test. See below for other great benefits or Begin Now!

ChildMark Features

See Your Child's Development Progress

Easy to Read Results Panel

By making the test FREE, we can get many parents, like you, to take it. This will allow us to build a real time model of how children are developing in every community. This model can be used to enhance education and development around the world.

Gain Confidence Knowing If Your Child Is Falling Behind or Surging Ahead.

Updating your child's test will ensure that they are on track. You can re-test as often as you want. Each time you take the test your customized plan will automatically update. Frequent testing allows you to track your child progress Begin Test Now!

ChildMark Plans make parenting fun and focused for each child

Monthly Plans are tailored to your child’s ChildMark age

Begin your assessment now.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

Take the Guesswork Out of Your Parenting With Your Custom Plan.

Imagine a performance manual for each of your children! You simply pull out the guide and follow the activities and advice and you'll see a significant improvement in your child's development. These easy to follow guides are helping parents worldwide get the information they need about parenting and meeting their children's early development needs. Early childhood education has never been so easily accessible and fun to use. Begin Test Now!

Early Development Matters


“Critical aspects of brain architecture begin to be shaped by experience before and soon after birth, and many fundamental aspects of that architecture are established well before a child enters school.”

— National Scientific Council, Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

“Research and clinical experience also demonstrate that health and development are directly influenced by the quality of care and experiences a child has with his parents...”

— Zerotothree.org

“When our children are not prepared for success, we are not only failing them, but also our nation.”

— Retired Gen. Colin L. Powell

“The convergence of neuroscience and economics tells us that the clock is always ticking, and the costs of ignoring problems keep rising.”

— National Scientific Council, Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University