The two age groups from different periods in the physical development process are the early childhoo

The two age groups from different periods in the physical development process are the early childhoo

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The two age groups from different periods in the physical development process are the early childhood development and the early adolescence development. The early childhood development is classified from the ages of two to six years old. Early childhood usually falls in the time where children are in preschool and their language skills develop dramatically. The early adolescence period is from the ages ten to fourteen years old (University of Phoenix, 2004). I chose these two developmental periods because I found them most interesting and they are both very different from the other one. The expected reading development in early childhood children and early adolescent children is greatly different. Early childhood children have a very short attention span at the beginning on this stage so it is very hard for them to sit still for long enough to understand the concept of reading. Young children usually enjoy being read to but they will very rarely sit with their caregiver for long enough to read an entire book. Once the child reaches the middle of the early
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