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Social Butterflies: Enhancing Your Child’s Interpersonal Skills
The most common interpersonal skills in child development are learning to talk to people, emotional intelligence, working with others, negotiating, persuading, and influencing skills, handling conflict, solving problems, and making decisions.
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Making Connections: Fostering Friendships in Your Child’s Life
One of the best things about life is having friends. You can enjoy your time with them, depend on them, and be honest with them. Without friends, what would the world be like? Because you're a parent, you know how important friendship is and want nothing more than to help your kids make and value these special bonds with other people.
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How After-School Programs Can Help Kids Build Social Skills
Social and emotional learning is an important part of a child's growth. It involves being aware of and controlling your feelings, respecting others, setting and reaching goals, making and keeping good relationships, and making good choices. Building good social skills is important for children to become successful adults. While schools do help children develop social skills, there is not a lot of free time where they can just be kids.
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