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Developmental Milestones Ages 10 to 13

The "tween" years are often difficult for children and parents alike. Adolescence brings new physical, social, and emotional challenges at the same time that beginning middle school is bringing new academic challenges. The 10-13 years aren't just about raging hormones and rebellion against parental authority, though. Keep reading to learn more about this key time in your child's life.

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