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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 0-2

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 0-2

 
Find out how your child with a learning disability can succeed despite the many challenging diagnoses and school struggles.
Baby on the way? Use our tips to ease the transition for your older child.
We asked our Facebook audience how they encourage compassion and care in their children. Here's what they had to say.
Many new milestones mark your child's transition from infancy to toddlerhood.
Your toddler’s personality is becoming more evident every day.
Prepare yourself for the common, and perfectly natural, jealous feelings from new big brothers and sisters.
Offer simple explanations to calm a young child who's suddenly afraid of animals, monsters, and other bugaboos.
Welcome people and cultures from around the globe into your child’s life — starting at home.
By the end of her first year, your baby can feel — and express — a wide range of emotions.
Notice — and encourage — your child's random acts of kindness.
Learn how playing with other children teaches social skills. A key achievement for toddlers is the ability to build friendships.
Help your baby welcome a new teacher.
The road toward independence can be a rocky one for both parents and children.

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