Social Emotional Development Educational and Parenting Articles

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Why can kids seem happy one moment, then fall apart the next? We've got the tips you need to raise a well-balanced child.
Rough and tumble play helps children learn about their bodies and the world, and prepares them for learning. But how much is too much?
Don't limit thankfulness to the holiday season. Teaching children gratitude will help them drop the 'gimmes' for good and learn to be happy with what they have all year long.
Got mom friends? New parents often need new friends: parent friends. Keeping your old friends can be hard enough. Parents find themselves stuck between fun nights out and staying in to care for their kids. Not only that, but parents like having friends who have something in common. Who else really understands the joys and difficulties of being a parent? Read on to learn where to find mom friends and how to keep them.
Expert parenting advice on keeping boys and girls fit and healthy in the third grade.
Got a sibling rivalry brewing at home? This article reveals the five most common reason your kids fight with each and what you can do about it.
Has your child been bitten by the 'mine' monster?  Here are expert parenting tips on how to teach sharing.
For an increasing number of children, play just isn't taking place, and the consequences for child development may be severe.
Superhero play may be banned in some schools, but it's ever-present in most every other school. Read what one doctor has to say about superhero play!
It's often hard to find time to play with our kids. But doing so may just be  the best investment parents can make in their children's future.
Patience is not one of a preschooler's strongest skills. Here are 5 things you can do to help your child become more patient.
For many students second grade is a time of leaps and bounds in PE class. Here's a checklist of new movement abilities that second graders are exploring.
Every kid has one at some point: the annoying friend. You had one when you were a kid, and your kid probably has one now. Of course, you probably didn't even realize how annoying your annoying childhood friend was until you dealt with it from a parent's perspective. If you're not only annoyed, but also worried about the bad influence this friend could have on your pride and joy, it's time to take action. Read through to learn how to deal with the bad seed of your child's social life ... for everyone's sake.
Getting kids in touch with their feelings can be tricky -- but it's not impossible. Help your child build emotional literacy skills with these expert tips.
These activities will help you teach your children the virtue of caring.
Most childhood conflicts resolve themselves in a fairly short amount of time.  Here are some parenting tips to help you help your child make peace.
You want to protect your child and you want to ensure that he has plenty of friends.  Here are some tools he needs to be social and to be a good friend.
Help your child overcome social problems at school with opportunities for children to practice being in different kinds of social situations. Here's how:
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