- Feb 13 2024
- 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Promoting Preschooler’s Social Emotional Development Through Peer Interactions
Preschool provides a unique environment for children to learn and grow, with social and emotional development flourishing through peer interactions. Through activities like play, imitation, problem-solving, and collaboration, children acquire the skills needed to foster relationships and deepen social understanding. These abilities are crucial for a smooth transition into kindergarten and future life experiences. However, some preschoolers encounter challenges in engaging with peers or making friends, requiring support from teachers, parents, or caregivers to develop essential social and emotional skills.
This workshop will share tips to nurture skills like sharing, perspective-taking, entering play, and fostering care among children. Equip yourself with the tools to empower these young learners, setting the stage for lifelong social and emotional growth.
- Capacity: Spaces Available
- Is this a single event or an ongoing course?: Single Event