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Melissa plays with the same four girls everyday.She has a lot of energy, is independent, and is concerned about what her friends think. Melissa likes soccer and baseball and takes pleasure in beating the boy's team.Melissa is most likely to be

A.3-5 years-old
B.5-7 years-old
C.8-10 years-old
D.11-13 years-old

I pick the letter D, can someone check my answer.

  • School-Age Children -

    I don't know how I'd choose among B, C, and D!! I know girls in all 3 age groups who fit!

  • School-Age Children -

    I agree D. 11-13 girls are independent, and like beating boys.

  • School-Age Children -

    Several years ago, two 12-year-olds -- a boy and a girl -- in my class were each boasting about how fast they could run. They were so intense that I let them go out to the sidewalk and race. (I think the girl won). Within less than 5 minutes everyone was back in the classroom and ready to work. They had to get this important question solved before they could concentrate on regular school work.

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    The girls are always wanting to compete with the boys. Thanks each of you for your help.

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    IS NOT D FOR SHORE,I THINK IS C

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