Building Social and Emotional Skills at Home
Social and emotional development involves learning to interact with other people and to understand and have the ability to manage your emotions. Children start to develop relationships with the people around them right from birth but the process of social and emotional development takes many years to develop.
Children learn all sorts of things in the classroom including social and emotional development skills. There are many things that you can do to support social-emotional development in your child.
- Zero to Three has many resources available for helping your child develop these skills at home, including tip sheets and brochures, videos. Podcasts and frequently asked questions.
- NAEYC: Building Social and Emotional Skills at Home