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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 6-7

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 6-7

 
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.
Want to build a kid who has the strength, character, and drive to succeed in school—and in life? Let him fail.
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.
Kids this age like to prove how grown-up they are by making their own decisions.
Know the facts about bullying — even if you don’t think it affects your child.
Encourage cooperation and sharing with these activities that tap into teachers' tried-and-true strategies.
In this year of growing self-awareness, your child is more attuned to the larger world and her place in it.
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...
A young boy struggles at home and in school after his dad loses his job. Here’s how everyone can pull together to help him.
For Parents/Caretakers: Experiencing the loss of a family member, good friend, or classmate can create feelings of
Help your child develop the skills for coping with life's difficult times.
Teach your child the importance of tolerance and respect.
Look for the reasons behind your child's timidity so you can respond to it.

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