I LIKE CHILDHOOD STAGE because that time we use to play a lot we had no enemies all were equal to us . Our parents would take care of us .i wish to sit in childhood stage for ever.When I was young I did not like my school teacher because sometimes he used to beat me.we played all sorts of games and pranks in the street. I was very mischievous when I was young.In the end of my school day, when I was home all afternoons I used to do my homework and after I used to play with my dolls. Sometimes I used to go to my friend’s house to play, and sometimes they came to my house.I think that I had a really nice childhood. I didn’t have any kind of problems, and I enjoyed all my childhood. I very really nice memories about my childhood.

My days were happy ones before I started going to school, as I had good neighbours to play with from morning till evening. We played games outdoors, dressed as cowboys and Red Indians and rode about on our tricycles happily. There were also other games to occupy our time.
At the age of five years, I had to attend kindergarten and this turned out to be quite an ordeal for me. To begin with, I felt very sad having to leave my mother and go off each morning to be amongst strangers. I cried and wanted my mother around, much to my teacher's displeasure. As the days went by, however, I made friends easily in class and found company. I became happy again and actually looked forward to leaving the house each morning.

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I still remember some of the wonderful memories when I was young. I lived with my grandparents since I was eight-year-old as my parents had been busy with their business. My grandparents lived in a beautiful wooden, colourful house with five rooms only. The front lawn was kept clean and bare. 
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My growing up years were often spent playing and exploring. I used to play soldiers, police and thief, and hide and seek with my playmates around grandfather's land.  
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Definitions of stages of growth in childhood come from many sources. Theorists such as Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, Lawrence Kohlberg, and Erik Erikson have provided ways to understand development, and recent research has provided important information regarding the nature of development. In addition, stages of childhood are defined culturally by the social institutions, customs, and laws that make up a society. For example, while researchers and professionals usually define the period of early childhood as birth to eight years of age, others in the United States might consider age five a better end point because it coincides with entry into the cultural practice of formal schooling.There are three broad stages of development: early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence. The definitions of these stages are organized around the primary tasks of development in each stage, though the boundaries of these stages are malleable. Society's ideas about childhood shift over time, and research has led to new understandings of the development that takes place in each stage.

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