Social Emotional

During the preschool years, social-emotional development is about socialization, which is the process by which your child learns values and behaviors accepted by society. Social-emotional development is also about becoming a confident person who has a sense of self and can take responsibility for himself. Children who develop the skills to make and keep a friend, to cooperate with others, and to participate in groups are more likely to adjust to and be successful in school.

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Social Emotional

Social Emotional Components

Social Development
Social Development

Empathy involves your child’s ability to put herself into another person’s shoes and to experience something as that other person would.

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Emotional Development
Emotional Development

Social-emotional wellness involves developing the ability to experience and control emotions, form secure and positive relationships, and explore and learn in all areas of your child’s environment (family, community, and culture).

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Self Regulation
Self Regulation

Self-regulation involves your child’s ability to take what she experiences and turn it into information she can use to control thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

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Self Awareness
Self Awareness

Self-awareness refers to your child’s ability to see himself as having a sense of belonging, being able to do things well, being independent, and being accepted.

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