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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 3-5

 
Want to raise a comfortable and confident child? Here's how to get started.
Effective communication relies on a basic set of conventions. Children who make and keep friends have mastered these necessary social...
Help your child learn the patience, practice, and perseverance he needs to overcome obstacles.
Two year olds can become even more tempestuous than usual when another child is on their turf. A friend comes to visit w
Set appropriate limits when your child uses language that isn't.
Use humor with your children and become a more playful parent.
Three-year-old Ethan frequently grabs toys from other children. As a result, his friends shriek at him in disapproval an
Bad dreams and bedtime anxiety can be symptoms of adjusting to a new routine — even summer break. Here's how to help.
Use tools your child already loves -- music, art, and stories -- to draw him in and make abstract concepts real.
Try this at home: a simple three-step process that teachers use to overcome sharing spats.
Get outside! Your child will not only build her physical prowess, she'll boost social skills too.
Girls as young as 3 use social aggression to hurt others. Find out how to short-circuit this behavior early.
Know how to respond when your child poses tough questions about people who aren't like him.
Help your child develop courage and confidence.

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