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IT’S TIME TO PLAY.. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FACT OR FALLACY!!
It takes about nine months for a fetus to fully develop. FACT
The first stage of growth is infancy. FALLACY
By the time you leave infancy, all of your major organs have formed. FALLACY
Childhood begins at about age 2 and extends to about age 12. FACT
Most 12 year olds are in their childhood stage of development. FALLACY
You know when you begin adulthood when puberty begins. FALLACY
Meeting new people is an example of an emotional change. FALLACY
During infancy you learn to catch a ball. FALLACY
Girls tend to have a second growth spurt before boys. FACT
During childhood you learn many health skills that become habits you will use the rest of your life. FACT
You know you are an adult when you move away from home and get married. FALLACY
You will stop growing during adulthood. FALLACY
Your endocrine system controls how your bones and muscles grow. FALLACY
The thyroid gland makes a hormone that controls changes in weight and emotions. FACT
The organs found in the endocrine system are glands. FACT
During adolescence you may change the way you think about friends and family members. FACT
The only real changes an adolescent goes through are physical. FALLACY
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