See how your child is progressing
Progress Reports appear at various intervals in the child’s life. These realistic reports come from a variety of sources. Examples include a pediatrician’s report, a developmental assessment, a psychologist’s report, and school report cards. At key points (e.g., 8 months, 15 months, etc.), the child's picture is shown, and remains on the screen until the child's appearance changes yet again. These visual representations illustrate developmental changes as each virtual child progresses through life.