Children learn best from rich, responsive social interactions with other people. These interactions allow children and adults to share attention and build bonds.Explore the importance of adults’ responsive social interactions with children. Find out how these interactions allow children and adults to share attention and build bonds.
Find out how children learn in social relationships. Explore how strong bonds with responsive, nurturing adults can support children’s social and emotional development.
Share these posters with families to help them identify daily routines and learn how to increase positive social and emotional support throughout the day.
Use these posters to support families with infants. Share tips for how parents can support infants' social and emotional development.
Use these posters to support families with toddlers. Share these tips for with how parents can to help them support toddlers' social and emotional development.
Children learn the social meanings of gender from adults and culture. Beliefs about activities, interests, and behaviors associated with gender are called "gender norms," and gender norms are not exactly the same in every community.
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