Social, Physical and Emotional Development: This is the child’s ability to interact with others.
Social development is your child’s ability to interact with peers, including helping themselves and learning self-control. This focuses on a child’s social and emotional development and teaches the child to be sensitive to the needs and feelings of others. Show respect for people of other cultures and beliefs. Take turns and share fairly and treat living things, property and environment with care and concern. We encourage physical activities in motor skills that promote communication and corporation rather than competition.