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Resources on Social Emotional Development

No parent or caregiver wants to hear their child is being aggressive. However, aggressive behavior is a natural part of healthy human development. In this week’s article from Zero to Three, parents are given examples of what to expect during different stages of development and what strategies might be helpful in the future.   

Knowing what to expect and then adjusting one’s actions can be valuable in producing a…

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baby This resource is quite the find! It’s chock full of great ideas to share with families about ways to “encourage infants to focus attention, use working memory, and practice basic self-control skills”—core components in the development of executive function and self-regulation. The suggestions the authors provide range from lap, hiding, and copying games to…

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Teaching Your Child to: Cooperate with Requests explains in family-friendly language why young children may be having trouble following rules and listening to requests, and offers tips to help parents support this important social-emotional skill in their children. Access the full resource on the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) website here:…

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