Toddler-to-Teen Immunization Schedule

Keep track with this chart

Vaccines are an important part of every child's health care regimen, and one of the best ways to keep your child healthy is to get those immunizations on time. This chart will help busy moms stay on schedule when it comes to the vaccines kids need at every age.

Here, vaccines are listed under routinely recommended ages. Blue bars indicate the range of recommended ages for immunization. Any dose that's not given at the recommended age should be given at any subsequent visit when indicated and feasible. Pink bars indicate vaccines to be given if the previously recommended doses were missed or given earlier than the recommended minimum age.

Recommended vaccines: Newborn-4 months
Recommended vaccines: 6 months-18 months

 

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