The Office of Early Childhood’s August Pyramid Page!

Social skills are behaviors that promote positive interactions among people. Some examples of important social skills for young children are sharing, taking turns, and cooperating with others. After age one, children increase their peer interactions. Toddlers begin to make attempts to get peers’ attention. Not surprisingly, children who have poor social skills often have a hard time getting along with other children. Fortunately, daily opportunities can be created to help strengthen these skills in children. Find out how by clicking on the link!

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