Middle Childhood

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Middle Childhood

ReferencesCenters for Disease Control and Prevention. (2015). Child developement: Middle Childhood (6-8 years of age). Retrieved from: http://cdc.gov/ncbddd/ childdevelopment/postivieparenting/middle.htmlCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (2015). Child development: Middle Childhood (7-11 years of age). Retrieved from http://cdc.gove/ncbddd/ childdevelopment/positiveparenting/middle2.htmlChallenges of middle childhood. (2010). Eudcaiton.com. retrieved from: http:// www.education.com/reference/article/ Ref Development Ages/

Middle Childhood(ages 6-12)

Milestones

Facts Personal independance is more important in this age than previouslyPeer pressure becomes more important during middle childhood than in earlier years. A depressed child of this age can be overly clingly.3% to 5% of children in middle childhood experience speech difficulties.25% of children in this age group need glasses for myopia.

Spelling Race Game Before class, create a grid on paper that contains all the letters needed to build the spelling words for the week. Put one letter in each box of the grid. Copy for each student. On Monday, allow the students to cut out the letters and put in a baggie. Each day, let the students practice putting the letters together to build the words. Before the test, let the children "race" in groups to put the words together. The winner races the teacher.

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Physical-Children grow taller and leaner. There is an increase in athletic ability. There is an increase in the fine motor skills used for handwriing. Children can completely dress themselves. They can also take care of their own toleiting needs.

Cognitive Children begin to use logic. They have learned how to memorize information. Children know that language has rules. They can use sef-talk for self-control. Children can undestand that there are many views to the same situation.

SocialChildren have friendships based on trust. They begin to see themselves as a whole person not just a boy or girl. Body image becomes more important. Children begin to think about the future and understand that they have a place in this world.


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