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Social Emotional: Interpersonal relationship abilities, social and emotional understanding and performance in social situations.

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  • 1. Emotional Literacy
  • by: Sari Nieminen, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Books can be powerful tools to help young children make sense of their feelings. One of the most important tasks of parenting young children is giving them the skills to identify and express their feelings. Here are some books to help children understand emotions:


  • 2. Five Emotional Needs of Children
  • by: Sari Nieminen, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Attention

    Children know whether they are being seen or listened to, or if an adult is just “faking it.” Showing sincere interest in a child’s feelings, thoughts, activities, and spending time with them one-on-one, lets them know they are important and valued. When emotional needs are consistently...Read More...


  • 3. What is Self-Regulation and Why is it Important?
  • by: Sari Nieminen, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Self-regulation requires a child to develop the ability to manage his emotions and control bodily functions as well as maintain focus and attention. Self-regulation is grouped with behavior, emotional and social development – all areas that affect a child’s ability to learn. 

    Teachers use intentional planning in their classrooms...Read More...


     

     

  • 1. Pathways of Arizona
  • by: Chivonne Pierotti, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    About Pathways: Pathways of Arizona serves children, families, and adults across Arizona. They are a community leader in behavioral health care, delivering high quality, accessible services through innovation and effective collaboration. Serving Arizona since 1997, a dedicated team specializes in bringing a full spectrum of behavioral

     

     

  • 1. Helpful Articles for Helping Children With Anxiety
  • by: Chivonne Pierotti, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Here are helpful articles for parents helping their child(ren) with anxiety they may feel when separating from their parent or caregiver:

    http://www.pbs.org/parents/expert-tips-advice/2015/09/helping-preschoolers-cope-separation-anxiety/ 

    https://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/separation-anxiety-and-separation-anxiety-disorder.htm/ 


  • 2. Woodbine House - Helpful Website
  • by: Sari Nieminen, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    The word disability can sometimes be confusing to a child. Literature helps children understand real-life situations in their own language. Here are some books you may find helpful when talking to your child:


     

     

     

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