Social Emotional

Social-emotional development refers to your child’s ability to understand the feelings of others, manage strong emotions and expressions in a positive way, and start and keep relationships. This stage of development for a toddler is unique and special. It starts with a loving relationship between you and your child; you give him a sense of comfort, safety, confidence, and encouragement. It can also be a difficult stage because toddlers see things in their own way and have strong feelings, which makes it difficult to understand what toddlers need from you.

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Social Emotional

Social Emotional Components

Social Development
Social Development

Social development involves your child having the skills he needs to form positive relationships with peers and family members.

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Emotional Development
Emotional Development

Emotional development refers to your child’s ability to control his feelings and the ways he reacts to the feelings he has.

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Self Regulation
Self Regulation

Self-regulation involves your child’s ability to gain control of her bodily functions (e.g. mastering potty training), managing emotions (e.g. controlling tantrums), keeping focused (e.g. waiting for something she wants), and paying attention.

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Self Awareness
Self Awareness

Self-awareness involves your child learning about herself, such as how her body moves, what she likes and dislikes, as well as what she can and cannot do.

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