Describe the importance of social emotional skill development in children entering kindergarten. #5096


Describe the importance of social emotional skill development in children entering kindergarten.

Learn about the importance of social emotional skill development in young children as they enter kindergarten. Discover how social emotional development impacts children's overall well-being and success in school. Find resources and strategies to support social emotional growth in early childhood education and child care centers.

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Related Outcomes

  1. Describe the five critical needs for children to develop optimal emotional health
  2. Define social emotional development in young children
  3. Describe strategies to support the development of mathematical skills in school age children.
  4. Recognize the importance of consistency, continuity, and responsiveness in supporting pro-social behaviors in children.
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of how positive guidance promotes sound social and emotional development.
  6. Define basic skills children should have when they begin kindergarten
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of how positive guidance promotes sound social and emotional development
  8. Describe strategies to support school age childrens language and literacy skills.
  9. Recognize the importance of observing and gathering information related to children and youth's development.
  10. Demonstrate the importance of using various strategies to develop language and communication skills.
  11. Describe the importance of providing opportunities for children to practice independence.
  12. Demonstrate an understanding of the physical, emotional, and motor development in children five to twelve years of age
  13. Demonstrate understand developmentally appropriate practices for school-age children with developmental, emotional, cognitive, language and/or physical needs
  14. Describe the impact of culture on infant and toddler development
  15. Describe Piaget’s sensorimotor and preoperational stages of cognitive development.
  16. Demonstrate understanding of observational techniques to track skill development and individual need.
  17. Recognize the importance of knowing the stages of development.
  18. Identify common mental health disorders in children and the importance of early intervention.
  19. Recognize the importance of providing activities that reflect a welcoming environment for all children, youth and families, regardless of culture, language, or religion, or strengths, talents, and abilities.
  20. The childcare professional will demonstrate an understanding of the value and importance of complex characteristics of children’s families and communities

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