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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

 
Sharing your childhood stories has healthy benefits for kids' confidence and self-esteem. Here's why.
Experts say that kids today are more anxious than ever. Find out why and what to do if you see signs of anxiety in your child.
Whether she gets her art ideas from her pal or her mannerisms from you, it's normal for your child to be a mini mimic.
Support your child as he develops his first friends.
For Parents/Caretakers: Experiencing the loss of a family member, good friend, or classmate can create feelings of
Try these simple strategies to help your preschooler give and take cheerfully.
Try these tricks to help your preschooler play the waiting game.
Learn three ways to help your child adjust to kindergarten.
Teach politeness in the preschool years.
Learn about the second core strength your child needs to be humane and protect himself from violence.
Instill in your kids the social skills they need to acquire before they can learn academics.
Foster your child's emotional intelligence to help him succeed in school and in life.
Prepare yourself for the common, and perfectly natural, jealous feelings from new big brothers and sisters.
For exuberant 5 year olds, school is all about playing, learning to sit still, and getting along.

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