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10 to 12 years old

Originate from Dolphins

Dolphins cleverly use tools to help shield themselves through the dangers of the ocean as they search for food: What we hope to achieve for this group of kids - that they can brilliantly use their resources to effectively learn and live.


Children at this stage are entering adolescence, and begin puberty. Girls tend to experience puberty earlier than boys; some even begin at 9 years old for girls while some go as late as 12-13 years old for boys. While they want to be fully independent and might use all opportunities to display that, it is important to remember that they are still a child and will often need adults’ help to break down the challenges with them.  

Children who feel good about themselves are more able to resist negative peer pressure and make better choices for themselves. This is an important time for children to gain a sense of responsibility along with their growing independence, the next level since toddlers stage. 

  • Puberty (especially for the 10-year-olds)

  • Life Skills 

    • Break down projects to working steps (problem solving)

    • Time management (Meeting deadlines)

    • Tasks such as grocery runs

    • Basic First Aids

  • Expressions (especially with their physical and emotional developments) - link to Body Safety

  • Leadership + Teamwork (Learn the value of being a part of something, and some things can’t be achieved alone.)

  • Limits VS Curiosity (Adulthood)

    • Dangers VS Laws

  • Money Management

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