Child development - peers of the same sex and age. We have...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  3/18/11 Child development is learning, growing, and  developing from infancy to adulthood. Child development
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 3/18/11 Development stages Infancy Early childhood Middle childhood Early adolescence Late adolescence
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 3/18/11 Infancy  developme There no  control over  body  movements Relies on  parents to   provide for  them Begin to 
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 3/18/11 Early  childhood We are very  creativity Love  playing all  day, very  hyper we don’t  like to talk  even though 
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 3/18/11 Very eager t learn what is going on  around us. Commitment to friends or 
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Unformatted text preview: peers of the same sex and age. We have more accidents than normal and we get Middle childhood Click icon to add picture 3/18/11 Early adolescence This is when puberty starts we have many life changes. Menstruation starts for the girls and the boys grow hair everywhere and their voices get deep. Click icon to add picture 3/18/11 Late adolescence Grown, we can move out. We are attracted to the other sex. Having friends around is still the high life of our world....
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