Social Emotional Development | Kidango
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Social Emotional Development

While all of our classrooms focus on social emotional development through Creative Curriculum, we also utilize additional strategies to support staff and families to ensure parents have the tools they need to be successful, particularly for children who require additional attention.

Parent groups meet regularly at various centers throughout Kidango to discuss:

  • Peaceful problem solving
  • Managing strong feelings
  • Finding solutions
  • Negotiation skills
  • Impulse control

Through these meetings and support systems, parents learn to set realistic expectations for themselves and their children, how to label feelings and emotions, and how to communicate as a family.

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