Your child has attended school for quite some time. He or she has learned and acquired several basic cultural skills such as reading, writing and arithmetic as well as concepts necessary in everyday life. At this age your child will become increasingly interested in certain subjects, fields of knowledge or sports disciplines. Leisure time groups organised amongst peers become more and more important. Your child will learn a growing number of social skills and competences regarding the way they deal with their friends. This heralds his or her upcoming detachment from their parents. Between ages ten and thirteen, the second morphogenisis takes place. This stage is dominated by a certain growth in length. Children’s extremities as well as their hands and feet will become longer. What occurs is a temporary disharmonisation of your child’s figure. Apart from that, generative features come into being.
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