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Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 8-10

Social & Emotional Skills for Ages 8-10

 
Kick-start your anxious, angry, or frustrated child's readiness and ability to learn.
Kids can (and almost always should) help around the house. Here's what they are capable of.
This age group is ready to make sense of family news, good or bad.
We asked our Facebook audience how they encourage compassion and care in their children. Here's what they had to say.
How to help them earn more privileges through responsibility.
Pack the sleeping bag and the bug spray — and prepare your child emotionally for summer camp.
Celebrate accomplishments and ease separation anxieties.
Encouraging increased independence supports both social and intellectual development.
Consider the differences between your family rules and those of others.
For some children, the presence of an adult other than you sets their hearts racing and palms sweating. Here’s how to help your shy kid...
By valuing your conversations with your child, you encourage his independence and trust.
Finding stillness in a busy world can help your tween manage stress.
Sharing your childhood stories has healthy benefits for kids' confidence and self-esteem. Here's why.
Experts say that kids today are more anxious than ever. Find out why and what to do if you see signs of anxiety in your child.

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