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Build a Skill: Teaching Young Children to Deal with Mad Feelings

By Cary Zavala/ What makes your family STRONG? Research shows that when these 5 Protective Factors are well established, family strength and optimal child development emerge: 1)   Parental Resilience 2)   Social Connections 3)   Knowledge of Parenting & Child Development 4)   Concrete Support in Times of Need 5)   Social & Emotional Competence of Children December’s Early…

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Social and Emotional Skills

By: E. Marowelli/ Social and Emotional Skills Small children need to be taught feelings and emotions just as much as they need to be taught numbers and letters. In fact, some teachers believe this is the most important developmental skill that new Kindergartners can have. You can help your child to understand their own emotions,…