Social and Emotional Development for School Readiness: A Conversation with Experts from St. David’s Center
We all hope our children will be happy and successful when they enter school. But what are the most important skills they will need? And what is our role as parents in nurturing those skills? You may be relieved and pleased to learn that some of the most enjoyable things you do with your children are exactly what they need for social and emotional development. Tune into this helpful, encouraging school readiness discussion Marti & Erin had with Katie Hill and Mary Kreps from St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development.
What did you learn in this Mom Enough show about the social and emotional development skills children need in kindergarten? How does creative play help children build those social and emotional development skills? Leave a comment below!
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