Social Emotional

Social-emotional development is vital because it creates a foundation for lifelong learning; it is related to later academic success and prevents future social and behavioral problems. 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.

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Social Emotional

Social Emotional Components

Social Development
Social Development

Social development involves your child’s ability to learn how to communicate better with others, make connections with peers, resolve conflicts, and gain confidence in her abilities and herself.

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Emotional Development
Emotional Development

It is important for you to look for emotional cues from your child so that you can support her in understanding her emotions.

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Self Regulation
Self Regulation

Self-regulation means children taking what they experience and turning it into information they can use to control thoughts, emotions, desires, and behaviors.

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Self Awareness
Self Awareness

Self-awareness refers to your child’s sense of self that is retained over time and is based on various attributes he considers important.

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