If you’d like to build your preschooler’s social and emotional skills, make sure that you don’t forget about helping them be away from family.
WHY PRESCHOOLERS SHOULD BE AWAY FROM FAMILY
Preschoolers need to learn to be able to be away from family in order to succeed in school, and develop important social skills. When your preschooler learns that it’s okay to be away from their family for a little while they are able to enjoy the environment they’re in, making it more likely for them to make friends and enjoy doing activities. It’s important for your preschooler to build relationships with people outside of their home so they can learn to communicate with others. Learning to be away from family at an early age can help prevent your preschooler from developing separation anxiety later, which can help ease the transition in to spending longer days at kindergarten.
5 ACTIVITIES TO HELP PRESCHOOLERS BE AWAY FROM FAMILY
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