Kids’ social-emotional competence

A tremendous amount of social-emotional development occurs in early childhood and continues through life. It includes how children learn to express and manage their own emotions, their ability to understand others’ expression of emotions, form attachments, or play with others. It includes learning things like how to take turns, how to be kind, how to listen to instruction, and ultimately how to handle peer pressure, not bully, or resolve a conflict.

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