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Teaching Your Child About Feelings – from Birth to Age 2 (Spanish)

Understanding feelings is an important part of a child’s social emotional development. Babies and toddlers experience feelings just like you do, and know when you are feeling happy or down as well. When you use words to describe emotions, share in their good feelings, and comfort them when they feel sad or overwhelmed, young children are learning important social emotional skills.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Tip Sheet
Tags: Family Engagement, Infant-Toddler, Social-Emotional Skills - Emotional Literacy
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