In this podcast, learn about the skills infants and toddlers need to develop relationships with their peers. Discover strategies to help them build healthy peer relationships.
These resources focus on children's ability to create and sustain meaningful relationships with adults and other children. They also explore the ways children learn to express, recognize, and manage their own emotions, as well as respond appropriately to others' emotions.
Social and emotional development is a domain in the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF). Other ELOF domains include approaches to learning; language and literacy; cognition; and perceptual, motor, and physical development.
All young children should feel a sense of membership and belonging. Learn how to create relationships and environments that build a sense of belonging for children with disabilities.
Listen and reflect on the emotions that come up when biting occurs in the learning environment. This Parallel Play episode highlights ways to address, prevent, and respond to biting behavior in toddlers.
This webinar explores strategies and resources home visitors can use to partner with parents to promote children’s emotional literacy.
Children are born ready to solve problems, and they rely on supportive relationships to learn how to recognize a problem and find a solution. Discuss practical strategies to foster problem-solving and relationship-building skills in preschoolers.
Infants and toddlers rely on supportive relationships to learn how to recognize problems and find solutions. Discuss practical strategies to foster problem-solving and relationship-building skills with infants and toddlers.
Explore resources and strategies that support coachees to teach emotional literacy and support self-regulation in young children.
In this Teacher Time episode, explore how teachers and child care providers can help prevent challenging behaviors by supporting children’s development of emotional literacy, communication, and self-regulation skills.
Explore how teachers and family child care providers can support emotional literacy in infants and toddlers. Identify practical strategies for helping infants and toddlers regulate their emotions.
Learn ways teachers and family child care providers can use the Positive Behavior Supports (PBS) framework to build relationships with the children in their care.