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Child

From Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.

A child (one child, two or more children) is someone who is not an adult yet, or a person who has not reached puberty. A person younger than 12 years old is usually called a child. A baby that is not yet born is sometimes called a child, too.

A person can be called his or her parent's child, no matter how old he or she is.

The word child is sometimes used to mean something which comes 'from something' in some way. For example in mathematics a group may be the 'child' of another bigger group.

In most countries, children go to school. Also, smaller children may enjoy going to play-time groups and also playing with small toys and using their imaginations to spice up their days.

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