Children learn social behavior by
observing others, interpreting social cues, and role-modeling behaviors. Social and behavioral skills give children the ability to get along with others, act appropriately in different situations, and make good choices to strengthen interpersonal relationships. Children learn social behavior by observing others, interpreting social cues, and role-modeling behaviors.
These skills provide them with the ability to communicate, problem solve, make good decisions, and maintain peer relationships. Social and behavioral skills help kids process, understand, and regulate feelings, emotions, and behaviors toward others in social settings, and are linked to peer interactions, learning, and inclusive success.
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This is a big improvement from what homework time used to be and I know it's because we have used the Pretend & Play School!
Bradley T., Father of 7 year old Carson who has ADD, Redford, MI