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12 Home Activities that Build Social Emotional Skills

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Alison Carson, Vail Inclusive Preschool


Social-emotional development is important because it helps children to build healthy relationships, manage their emotions, and feel empathy. Social-emotional development also supports communication because it helps children listen and follow directions, as well as communicate their needs and emotions. This poster by Pathway 2 Success shares some easy and fun ideas to help build your preschool child’s social-emotional skills.



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