Children | Kids

Children | Kids

Description
Description

Child (plural: children), or casually kid, is a term used to describe a human between the stages of birth and puberty. Childhood is a time in which humans are in the midst of maturing mentally, emotionally, and physically prior to the developments that take place during adolescence. In this way, support from responsible adult role models, opportunities for interaction and play with peers, as well as formal schooling are all critical during childhood. Children also tend to have fewer rights as adult humans and therefore have more restrictions on legal decision-making and are required to have a legal adult guardian that can provide them with proper care.

History
History

Society's relationship with children has transformed significantly over time. In ancient and medieval times, children were often viewed as small adults, with little recognition of childhood as a distinct phase. They were expected to contribute to family or community labor early on. The Renaissance period began to acknowledge childhood innocence and value, influencing how children were raised and educated.

The Industrial Revolution saw contrasting extremes of child labor and emerging concepts of protected childhood. By the 20th century, children's rights gained prominence, with a growing focus on education, psychological development, and nurturing, recognizing children as individuals with unique needs and potentials.

Cultural Depiction
Cultural Depiction

In modern culture, children are often depicted as symbols of curiosity, innocence, and untapped potential. They're typically portrayed as energetic, playful, and imaginative, bringing a sense of wonder and renewal. Television shows, movies, and advertisements frequently show children exploring, learning, and asking profound questions, reflecting society's view of childhood as a time of growth and discovery.

This portrayal underscores the importance of nurturing and educating children, recognizing their role in shaping the future. Their presence in media often serves as a reminder of the joy, simplicity, and honesty that children bring to life, and the responsibility of society to foster their development and well-being.

Common Questions
Common Questions
How can you help children develop strong friendships and social skills?

To help children develop strong friendships and social skills, encourage them to participate in group activities that interest them, like sports, clubs, or art classes. Teach them empathy, sharing, and active listening. Model positive social interactions yourself. Arrange playdates and provide guidance on conflict resolution. Praise their efforts in making and maintaining friendships, reinforcing the importance of being kind and respectful to others.

How much physical activity do children need daily?

Children aged 3-12 should ideally engage in at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity daily. This can include a mix of aerobic activities like running, swimming, or cycling, muscle-strengthening activities like climbing or playing on jungle gyms, and bone-strengthening activities like jumping rope or basketball. These activities help in their physical development and overall health.

What are the effects of screen time on children, and how can it be managed?

Excessive screen time in children can lead to reduced physical activity, irregular sleep patterns, and potential delays in language and social skills development. To manage it, set clear limits on screen time, typically not exceeding 1-2 hours per day for older children and even less for younger ones. Encourage alternative activities like outdoor play, reading, and family interaction to balance their daily activities.

Humans

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3’ | 91.5 cm (max)
1850 (Christmas Elves)
Christmas Elves
91.500
1850.00
910
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Christmas Elves
5’4”-5’9” | 163-175 cm
Parenting - Protective Masks
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Parenting - Protective Masks
4-8
Playing - Children Kicking Ball
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Playing - Children Kicking Ball
4’11” | 1.50 m
1971 (Novel), 1973 (Film)
Regan MacNeil
150.000
1971.00
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Regan MacNeil
4’4” | 1.32 m
1998 (Japan), 2002 (US)
Samara Morgan
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Samara Morgan
Parenting - Protective Masks
Series of elevation drawings of parents and kids wearing protective masks in common poses with average overall height

People can wear protective masks to slow down the spread of contagious diseases, such as COVID-19 and the flu. Protective masks limit the spread of particles that carry infection between people. Wearing protective masks on a day-to-day basis may be a novel concept for many people, but it is a common practice in healthcare and construction settings.

People can wear protective masks to slow down the spread of contagious diseases, such as COVID-19 and the flu. Protective masks limit the spread of particles that carry infection between people. Wearing protective masks on a day-to-day basis may be a novel concept for many people.

Parenting - Protective Masks
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Protective Masks
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Parenting - Protective Masks front elevations (detail)

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Sitting Chair - Boys (Front)

Kids sitting in chairs are usually resting from play, doing a seated activity at a table or desk, or in school. Most schools require that kids sit in chairs during instruction. The chairs that kids sit in are usually smaller than the chairs adults sit in.

Elevation drawing of boys sitting in a line at seat height with dimensions
Kids sitting in chairs are usually resting from play, doing a seated activity at a table or desk, or in school. Most schools require that kids sit in chairs during instruction. The chairs that kids sit in are usually smaller than the chairs adults sit in.

Elevation drawing of boys sitting in a line at seat height with dimensions
Sitting Chair - Boys (Front)
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Seat Heights: 12”-18” | 31-46 cm
Table Heights: 20”-24” | 51-61 cm
Style: Casual/School
Ages: 5-8

Drawings include:
Boys Sitting Chair Height front elevations (detail), side (outline)

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Sitting - Criss-Cross Applesauce - Kids (Front)

Criss-cross Applesauce, a nursery rhyme phrase referring to sitting cross-legged on the floor, is a popular sitting style used in school environments when gathering students in groups for exercises and reading. Replacing the long-used and politically incorrect ‘Indian Style’ phrase in educational settings, Criss-cross Applesauce is a familiar and common posture that helps students gather and focus students for learning. Kids should not sit in Criss-cross Applesauce position for too long or they may have pains or develop poor posture.

Drawing of a group of boys sitting in criss-cross applesauce position
Criss-cross Applesauce, a rhyme referring to sitting cross-legged on the floor, is a popular sitting style used in school environments when gathering students in groups for exercises and reading. Criss-cross Applesauce is a familiar and common posture that helps bring together and focus children.

Drawing of a group of boys sitting in criss-cross applesauce position
Sitting - Criss-Cross Applesauce - Kids (Front)
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Sitting Style: Criss-Cross Applesauce
Attire: Casual/School
Ages: 4-6

Drawings include:
Children | Kids Sitting Front elevation, front (outline)

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Playing - Children Kicking Ball

Children kick balls in many different types of sports. Children can be kicking the ball to play kickball, soccer, football, or just to kick the ball around for entertainment. Children kicking the ball builds coordination and kids will improve their ability to kick the ball accurately with age and practice.

Collection of elevation drawings of children kicking a ball together while playing
Children kick balls in many different types of sports. Children can be kicking the ball to play kickball, soccer, football, or just to kick the ball around for entertainment. Children kicking the ball builds coordination and kids will improve their ability to kick the ball accurately with practice.

Collection of elevation drawings of children kicking a ball together while playing
Playing - Children Kicking Ball
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Casual
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Children Playing - Kicking Ball elevation (detail), elevation (outline silhouettes)

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Santa’s Elves | Christmas Elves

The Christmas Elves live in the North Pole. They oversee and manage the Christmas factory, making toys and preparing for Christmas. Every Christmas Eve, the elves help Santa load the sleigh with presents for every girl and boy (the ones who celebrate Christmas), and make sure Santa knows his delivery route. They are extremely efficient and good at their job. Christmas Elves are known for the tiny stature, colourful green and red clothes, and their toy making abilities. They love the snow and eating sugary treats.

Santa’s Elves, or Christmas Elves, are a maximum of 3’ (91.5 cm) tall.

Set of illustrations of Santa’s Elves (Christmas Elves) in various poses measured with overall height
The Christmas Elves live in the North Pole. They oversee and manage the Christmas factory, making toys and preparing for Christmas. They are extremely efficient and good at their job. Christmas Elves are known for the tiny stature, colourful green and red clothes, and their toy making abilities.

Santa’s Elves, or Christmas Elves, are a maximum of 3’ (91.5 cm) tall.

Set of illustrations of Santa’s Elves (Christmas Elves) in various poses measured with overall height
Santa’s Elves | Christmas Elves
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Writer: Louisa May Alcott

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1850 (Christmas Elves)

Drawings include:
Santa’s Elves (Christmas Elves) front (boy), front (girl), side (girl), side sitting (boy), side sitting (girl)

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