PowerPoint presentation of the 4 stages of business
Stage Two: Early Childhood – This stage typically starts from 1-3 years old where children learn language and communication more deeply. This is a time when cognitive development takes place quickly. Children begin to understand people and their surroundings, which aids in developing social skills. The independence of children also increases.
Stage Three: Middle Childhood – Generally occurring between 4-6 years old, children in middle childhood get a better understanding of what it means to be part of a family or group as well as developing problem solving skills. This is when fine motor coordination gets more advanced.
Stage Four: Adolescence/Teenage Years – The final growth stage starts at approximately 12-14 years old where teens enter puberty until adulthood (ages 18-21). This is when physical changes take place quickly, including an increase in height and secondary sex characteristics (facial hair for boys); girls begin experiencing hormonal changes that lead to their periods; cognitive development continues with teens recognizing abstract thoughts as well as being able to reason rationally. Teens also start to develop self-regulation skills.