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A child's diet should be enough for him or her to get all the vitamins and minerals he or she needs while eating balanced meals regularly. However, some children, such as picky eaters, kids with chronic illness, vegetarians, or particularly active children, might need vitamins in certain cases. Consult with a pediatrician about which vitamins your child might be missing in his or her diet and choose a supplement accordingly. Pay close attention to the levels of vitamins A, B, C, and D, as well as calcium and iron, as these are widely regarded as the most important for development and growth.