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Resources on Social Emotional Development

This publication from the CDC outlines strategies and approaches intended to be used in combination as part of a comprehensive effort to help ensure that all children have safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments in which to thrive and achieve lifelong health and success. …

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Image showing the first page of the Building Resilience guide Researchers at Zero to Three have developed a guide for early childhood professionals to support parents and caregivers in fostering their child's resilience to adversity. From ZerotoThree.org: 

"In this brief, the authors explain how resilience can be recognized and fostered at four levels: the individual, the family,…

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“Self-regulation is the act of managing thoughts and feelings to enable goal-directed actions.” It’s a set of skills we begin working on right after birth and continue refining through adulthood. Self-regulation is an important goal for infants and toddlers as it enables them to shift the focus of their attention, soothe themselves, adjust their behavior, and seek help from others when it’s needed.

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3679909502?profile=RESIZE_710x Teaching Your Child to: Identify and Express Emotions from the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) at Vanderbilt University offers actionable tips for caregivers on how to use everyday opportunities to help children learn about their feelings.  

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