Childhood Vaccine Schedule


Childhood Immunization Schedule

Children from birth through age 6 can be protected against 14 infectious diseases through 10 vaccines. The recommended vaccine schedule provides immunity early in life. This is important because young children are susceptible to diseases and their bodies may not be strong enough to fight infection.

All childhood vaccinations are given as a series of two or more doses. More than one dose of these vaccines is needed to build high enough immunity to prevent disease, as well as to boost immunity that fades over time.

Click here to view, print or download the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) easy-to-read childhood immunization schedule.



Recommended Vaccinations

During Pregnancy 




1-2 Months 


4 Months 


6 Months 


12-23 Months 


2-3 Years 


 4-6 Years 


7-10 Years 


11-12 Years 


13-18 Years