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Resources on Social Emotional Development

This article from the University of Cambridge summarizes a 2020 research study reviewing the ways fathers play with their kids, and the impact of father-child play on a young child’s development. The findings suggest that the type of play that fathers engage in with their children tend to be more physical in nature (e.g., tickling, chasing), and…

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This academic article gives an overview of social-emotional developmental milestones in early childhood with the goal of helping professionals identify issues with a child’s social-emotional development as early as possible.

Access the article here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK534819/

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Last year, Head Start’s Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center (ECLKC) updated their “Effective Practice Guidelines” on social and emotional development. This Web resource is divided into four subdomains:

  • Relationships with Adults,
  • Relationships with Other Children,
  • Emotional Functioning, and
  • Sense of Identity and…
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