Social and Emotional Development
Children will be provided daily opportunities to:
• interact and communicate verbally with both peers and adults.
• feel a positive sense of self.
• respect other's property, differences and choices.
• accept failure and try again.
• follow rules in group games.
• share with other children, work cooperatively and take turns.
• demonstrate understanding of feelings by verbalizing anger, sadness, happiness, etc.
• learn self-help skills, i.e. putting on own shoes and clothing, clean up materials after use.
• work independently, make self-directed decisions, and initiate activities on his/her own.
• develop relationships outside of the family unit.
• complete age-appropriate activities.
• feel confident enough to ask for help from peers and/or teachers