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EmergingAdulthood(Ages 17-21)Your child will experience a concern for their academic successand future, identity, and personal interests and talents. If they plan on attendingcollege, they will be motivated to focus on school studies. Although, if a college rejects them, your child will lose the desire to continue studying. Goals are important at this stage!EarlyAdolescence(Ages 10-14)Your child will typically lean on themotivation of friendships rather than on you. They may be moody as they are experiencing shaping of personalidentity. If your child’s friendships diminish, they may feel lonely, which will affect their productivity with school assignments and attendance. DevelopmentStagesYour child will experiencephysical, mental, andemotional growth at arapid pace!AdolescentDevelopmentWhat you can expect fromthe milestones of your child’slife.By: Allison EnosMiddle (Ages 15-16)Personal image and appearance, independence, and learning from mistakes are your child’s focus. If they

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Term
Spring
Professor
Jim Hattabaugh

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