The Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS) is a measure of infant cutebabygross motor abilities that is used world.

The AIMS is a performance-based, norm-referenced observational measure of infant motor development from 0 to 18 months of age.

The AIMS percentile ranks, similar to height and weight growth curves, were developed by assessing 2200 infants in Alberta in 1990-1992.

Between 2010-2012, 650 Canadian babies from 6 major cities - Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Montreal Toronto and Halifax - were assessed to ensure that the measure is still applicable - it was found that it was.