5 Key social-emotional skills for children in school

When we feel competent and important we are much more likely to achieve our full potential. It’s the same for children of course. The key social-emotional skills they need in school are:

~be able to develop good relationships with their peers

~be able to concentrate and persist (even when a task it challenging) #grit

~confidence (built in a range of areas)

~ability to communicate their emotions

~ability to listen to instructions and be attentive

When these 5 skills are developed children can feel important and competent to go on to fulfill their full potential!

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