The word child is a noun. Child means (1) a young person of either sex, (2) a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age, (3) an immature childish person, (4) a member of a clan or tribe.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word child.
Jesus is born as a little child, and He teaches His disciples about the need to be converted and become as little children. This gospel message highlights three wise men coming to Jesus, to worship Him.
Browse this child photographer guide and directory to learn about children photographers in the United States of America. The sepia photo on this page is a facial portrait of a female child.
Whether your child is a toddler or a teen, there is furniture that can accommodate both their size and their needs. Young children can now enjoy smaller-scale versions of beds, desks, chairs, and couches.
Photo of a teddy bear. A wide variety of children's toys are available whether your child is the active or quiet type. Many adults also enjoy collecting antique or modern children's toys for the nostalgia it provides.
The toy business of today is responsible for the manufacturing and advertising of products which both entertain and inspire children of all ages. Learn more about the multi-billion dollar toy industry.
This child photographer page comprises information about portrait photography careers in the United States of America plus a photo of a young photographer photographing a child.
Browse this party equipment manufacturer directory for information about party equipment and supplies manufacturers in the United States. The photo on this page depicts child birthday party supplies, including balloons and noisemakers.
Visit this orthopedic shoes retailer directory to find orthopedic shoe retailers in the USA. The photo on this web page depicts orthopedic shoes that are designed for a child.
Directgov, launched in 2004, provides public service information and access to public service sectors. The website contains a guide to the government including the monarchy, directories for contacts for public service organizations, charity and volunteer groups, health and well-being, calculators for determining the cost of raising a child, and much more.
The Hunger Site was started in 1999 as an attempt to launch the power of the Internet to end world hunger. The site provides ways of donating or purchasing products that will help fund projects around the world. There are also links to other causes such as breast cancer, child health, and more. Users can also find specific information on the projects, artisans, and teacher resources.
PBS Kids is the website for children from the Public Broadcasting System. On it, kids can find out schedules for children's programming, music, games, and printable pages to color. There is also a parents' site to help parents learn about child development from birth through early childhood years, and a site for teachers with free preK-12 educational resources.
The following articles provide recent child-related news.