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describe 2 activities which are suitable for age 3 to 7 which shows how the ativities can contribute to learning in social and emotional development?

In Topics: Cognitive development
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TheGoToMom
Feb 1, 2011
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Children 3 differ very much socially from children who are 7. Preschoolers enjoy looking at books where people have different emotions. You can ask them, "what is that lady feeling?" Or what "would you do if that happen to you?" Asking young children questions about how they think and feel and how they think others feel is a great way to encourage social and emotional development. Sometimes just listening to them really boosts this skill.
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salfam
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A puppet show. Puppets can retell stories, work out conflict, and just generally interact.

Games that involve turn-taking such as follow the leader.

Reading books -- most have some emotional element.

Cooperative play -- one bin of legos to share, or crayons.

Imaginative play -- shopping, kitchen, pet doctor, everyone gets a job/role.
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