Childhood is a period of rapid development and as the child grows older, the balance between personality, family and environment changes. For example, as the child gets older, we can observe them interacting more and more with other children and adults beyond those of their own family. Thus, as the child engages in more formally structured settings such as nursery school, there are greater opportunities for formal as well as informal learning.
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