Social and Emotional Milestones Ages 3 to 5 Educational and Parenting Articles

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Summarizes how play can be an excellent vehicle for helping children with both their physical and emotional development.
Analysis of the importance of secure attachment between parents and infants and toddlers and its impact on children's social-emotional development, self-esteem
Summarizes how perspective-taking, an essential component to social competence, develops in young children and how it relates to empathy.
Suggests games and activities that parents can play with their children to enhance and enrich the social development of their four to five years old child.
Suggests some activities for parents to play with their children to enrich the cognitive development and mind of a three to four year old child.
Assisting young children develop social skills can help achieve peer acceptance throughout their education and can improve behavior problems in the classroom.
Read about how preschoolers are developing a sense of self and how a classroom environment can support the healthy and positive development of this concept.
Characteristics of social play are discussed to include variations in the development of social play, sociodramatic play, and play as expression of feelings.
Read a synopsis of the important characterizations of social and emotional development including self-concept, self-esteem, and self-regulation of emotions.
Children exhibiting emotional regulation skills usually adjust well to new people and situations, show a high tolerance for frustration, control their negative
Here are nine ways you can encourage your child's social-emotional, creative, and physical growth.
From physical skills to social development to cognitive understanding, they sure do grow up fast! Learn what to expect during your child's first several years.
Aggression is a normal part of a preschooler's development.  Your child will eventually outgrow it, but here's what you can do to help.
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