A teenager, or teen, is a person who falls within the ages of thirteen to nineteen years old. The word "teenager" is another word for an adolescent. When a teenager turns 20, they are no longer a teenager because they are no longer in that developmental stage. Usage by ordinary people varies and also varies in different societies. Most societies traditionally had a formal ceremony to mark the change from childhood to adulthood—like a sweet sixteen in the United States. During puberty, rapid mental and physical development occurs. Adolescence is the name for this transition period from childhood to adulthood.

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Teenagers in general

There is no doubt that for most families, the teen years present a challenge for both parents and children.

Middle School is not fondly remembered by most who attend. It is often fraught with scary body changes, bullying by peers and a new surge for independence. This leads to passive-aggressive behavior (“I’ll do it in a minute.”), self-consciousness (“What are you staring at?”) and self-doubt (“I’m not good at anything.”) and/or over-confidence (“Well, I thought I could do that.”) and of course moodiness (“Leave me alone.”).

High School is usually better for most. It is a time to begin defining one’s self and realistically contemplate the future. Skill development is accelerated to prepare for college or job training programs, and talents are perfected. Social skills are honed, and relationships take on more of a serious nature. Peer pressure is at its max, and in today’s teen society there are more tempting sidetracks than ever.

During adolescence, kids need their parents more than ever. Research shows that in a positive family environment, including fun family activities, open parent-child communication, and encouragement to participate in positive extracurricular activities, teens can navigate these years with relative ease.

Teenagers in general

These are main habits you should help your preschooler to develop 

  • Prioritise
  • Do the most important things first
  • Make positive choice and decisions
  • Take responsibility for your own life
  • ‍Listen politely to others
  • ‍Wait before you respond

These are the core ones that will matter in the long run.

Stickers will help you

This helps a lot and in many cases this is the only thing that can trigger your certain actions. Preschoolers require certain degree of your dedication to it. You can do it. And Habit stickers will help you do it many times and with less effort.