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Infancy
0-3 years
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Childhood
4-10 years
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Adolescence
11-18 years
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Adulthood
19-65 years
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Later Adulthood
65+ years
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Physical Development
Growth and motor development
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Fine motor Skills
The ability to make precise movements with just a few muscle groups, For example, Holding a pencil.
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Gross motor skills
The ability to make whole-body movements, using large muscles and muscle groups, For example, Dancing.
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Mobility
The ability to move about, such as crawling, walking or running.
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Motor Milestones
Important stages in motor development, such as being able to walk.
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Intellectual development
Thinking abilities, including getting better at: Remembering things, solving problems, understanding language, speaking and learning basic concepts.
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Emotional development
Developing positive and negative feelings about everyday situations, as well as being able to express and control these feelings.
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Self-Concept
The summary of the ways in which we think about ourselves
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Self-Esteem
How highly we think about our abilities and our self.
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Self-Image
How we view our self based on others reactions to us.
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4-10 years

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Childhood

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11-18 years

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19-65 years

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65+ years

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