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How do friendships change in the primary years, and what role do they serve in overall well-being?
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Suggested Responses: Students should express the growing importance of friendship in children's lives. Children without friends report loneliness and have difficulty transitioning to elementary school or to a new classroom. Friends can act as a "secure base" for one another during the adjustment period in a new classroom. Students should also mention that friendship become more intimate and emotionally supportive, and that the number of true friendships usually shrinks to just a few closer friends. At this age, children are also more likely to choose friends whom they admire and who are like them.
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