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Understanding Emotions is important for toddlers and pre-schoolers

Like adults, children have emotions. They also get frustrated, excited, nervous, sad, jealous, scared, elated, worried, angry, and embarrassed, and any of these all at the same time.  However, unlike adults, it is difficult for young children to express their feelings. Young kids cannot articulate…

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Emotional Intelligence In Children’s Education

Emotional Intelligence In Children’s Education

Fear, joy, happiness, anger. We experience emotions every day. Recognizing and managing these emotions is essential to achieve our own and the others’ wellbeing. Emotional intelligence is what we need to develop to manage ourselves better, to integrate thoughts and emotions, to make conscious choices,…

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