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Birth Order Environment that a child is raised in plays a big part in how their personality is formed
Goal Students relate their personality traits to birth order. Students will write in the me booklet how this affects them and their personality.
First Born Natural Leader High Achiever Organized On-Time Know it All Bossy Responsible Adult Pleaser Obeys the rules
Middle Child Flexible Easy-going Social Peacemaker Independent Secretive May feel life is unfair Strong negotiator Generous
Last Child (Youngest) Risk-taker Outgoing Creative Self-Centered Financially irresponsible Competitive Bored Easily Likes to be pampered Sense of humor
Only Child Close to parents Self-Control Leader Mature Dependable Demanding Unforgiving Private Sensitive
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