(via Pam Green.)

Kids develop in a complex way that involves various stages. At school age, kids move into a stage that is full of reflections. Here, psychologists have seen kids become more logical about the world around them. From ages 6 to 11, kids are more impulsive. This stage is driven with self-desires and the discovery of identity. They move from feeling dependent to becoming more rebellious and resistant. Sudden tantrums are prevalent in this age range. This is also the age range where kids start mimicking their environment, as they're very impressionable during this time. These kids seem to have come across humor in the best way possible. I wonder how hilarious their own environments are. Just watch how this show pans out

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