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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

 
Find out what educators mean by theory of mind, and why it matters to your family.
Notice — and encourage — your child's random acts of kindness.
Use tools your child already loves -- music, art, and stories -- to draw him in and make abstract concepts real.
When it comes to kindness, you are your child's primary teacher. Here's how to bring out his warmth.
Learn about the second core strength your child needs to be humane and protect himself from violence.
Try these tricks to help your preschooler play the waiting game.
diverse group of children running outdoors
Help your child learn to live and play in a diverse world.
Find out how children learn to connect with others.
Find out how children learn to understand and respond to others.
Ease preschool drop-offs with these simple suggestions.
Learn three ways to help your child adjust to kindergarten.
Support your child as he develops his first friends.
Set appropriate limits when your child uses language that isn't.
For exuberant 5 year olds, school is all about playing, learning to sit still, and getting along.

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