[R-0209] S3. Child Development

Citation: The University of Maine: Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies. (2014). Friends & feelings: Social-emotional development in young children. Tipsheet.  Retrieved from https://ccids.umaine.edu/resources/ec-growingideas/social-emotional-development/ [or enter “Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies: Friends & feelings: Social-emotional development in young children” in your search window; click on Resources, then on Growing Ideas Tipsheets and Resources for Guiding Early Childhood Practices, and then on Social Emotional Development].

Abstract: This tipsheet provides information for parents, educators, and administrators that will help them learn best practices for supporting the development of attachments and emotional self-regulation among early learners.

Integration: The content in this tipsheet fits well with content presented in the early childhood courses Child, Family, and Community; Curriculum Planning; and Social and Emotional Development.

Content Focus: Child, Family, and Community; Concentration; Confidence; Curriculum Planning; Develop Attachments; Emotional Self-Regulation; Quality Inclusive Environments; Self-Esteem; Social and Emotional Development

Notes: Have students use the Growing Ideas Into Action Handout (PDF) as they read and use this tipsheet. Additional information may be retrieved from Virtual Tool Kit: Friends and Feelings: Social-Emotional Development in Young Children and Selected Resources: Friends and Feelings: Social-Emotional Development in Young Children.