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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

 
How to enhance your child's sense of humor — and why it matters.
For some children, the presence of an adult other than you sets their hearts racing and palms sweating. Here’s how to help your bashful one...
Know how to respond when your child poses tough questions about people who aren't like him.
Help your child learn the patience, practice, and perseverance he needs to overcome obstacles.
Use humor with your children and become a more playful parent.
Is there anything you can do to help your child appreciate the lighter side of life? Sure there is. Try these tactics.
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.
An animal can be a child's best friend, as well as a great teacher.
Get outside! Your child will not only build her physical prowess, she'll boost social skills too.
Invite your little one to bring his manners along.
Instill in your kids the social skills they need to acquire before they can learn academics.
Have a calm, honest, age-appropriate conversation with your child about meeting strangers and avoiding potential dangers. Here's how.
Help your child handle changes big and small — from starting preschool to moving from playtime to dinner.

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