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Ceremony of the Ones: Each new child was given a name and handed by the Nurturers to its new family unit.
Ceremony of the Threes: They need to start learning how speak with precision of language.girls get hair ribbons, start dream telling.
Ceremony of the Fours: All wore jackets with its row of large buttons that fastened down the back so that they would have to help each other dress and would learn interdependence. (p.40)
Ceremony of the sevens: Comfort object taken away, jacket with bottons in the front (p.40)
Ceremony of the eights: They start volunteer hours and receive a jacket with smaller buttons in the front and front pockets to keep track of their own small, personal belongings. (p.40)
Ceremony of the nines: The bicycle at nine, would be the powerful emblem of moving away from the protective family unit. (p.41)
Ceremony of the tens: Females loose their braids and males let go their long childish hair and cut their hair above their ears. (p.46)
Ceremony of the elevens:New Clothes, the girls get undergarments; the boys get longer pants with deep pockets. (p.46)
Ceremony of the twelves:Receive life assignments for ever. (Chapter 7-8)
The Giver Book