Lesson 17.1 Review and Assessment
Instead of growing rapidly, the brain becomes more _____ during the school-age years.
Explain the process of puberty, including how the body signals pubescent changes.
and describe how growth spurts affect height and weight differences between school-age boys and girls.
The first permanent teeth to erupt are _____.
Why do school-age children sometimes experience growth pains?
Name and describe four physiological factors that improve during middle childhood and thus aid motor skills.
Choose one age during the school-age years and describe at least three physical developmental milestones a child that age might achieve.
How much information do prepubescent children need to know about the physical changes that occur with puberty? Explain.
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