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One of the characteristics of educational activities as the social status of Junior Secondary School student development and primary school age leadership activities is also associated with their psychology. In the structure of educational activities, of course, it is necessary that the level of psychological development of children also coincide with the requirements of educational activities. Cognitive development and cognitive development of children of primary school age are considered important.
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