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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

 
Invite your little one to bring his manners along.
Learn how to capitalize on your kindergartner's fascination with manners.
Try these simple methods for encouraging good citizenship.
Try these practical tips for fostering kindness, caring, and compassion in your family.
The potential for lifelong joy is inside every child. Here's how to bring it out.
Find out how children learn to understand and respond to others.
Use tools your child already loves -- music, art, and stories -- to draw him in and make abstract concepts real.
Favorite characters and just-like-me kids help your preschooler learn important lessons about good manners.
Support your child as he develops his first friends.
Use humor with your children and become a more playful parent.
Girls as young as 3 use social aggression to hurt others. Find out how to short-circuit this behavior early.
Prepare yourself for the common, and perfectly natural, jealous feelings from new big brothers and sisters.
How to enhance your child's sense of humor — and why it matters.
For exuberant 5 year olds, school is all about playing, learning to sit still, and getting along.

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