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Health Unit 2

Chapter 2 lesson 3

growth spurt a period of rapid change
infancy 2nd stage of growth; it is also called babyhood and it begins the day you were born: last til 2 years of age
childhood another period of rapid growth; from ~ 10- 19
puberty physical changes someone experiences during adolescence; time of dramatic change everyone goes through
body image how you see your body
moods feelings
adulthood final stage of growth; it is the period of greatest strength and stamina; physical growth stops but emotional, intellectual, and social growth continue
prenatal 1st stage of growth; the single cell divides over and over again; the body is formed in this stage
adolescence 3rd stage of growth; a period of slow steady growth and development: last til about 10 years of age
Created by: pauli123