Social and Emotional Development is something that is developed through maturity and experiences. These skills are primary and paramount and are needed for many successes in a lifetime.  Home routines are different from school routines. Preschool can be a necessary bridge from the simplicity of home to the many varied skills and routines associated with formal schooling. We believe that preschoolers should have a variety of experiences that help them be able to relate to other people, follow rules and routines, respect others, show initiative, experience empathy and engage in regular pro-social behavior. Learning how to gracefully handle what to do when someone wants to knock over a much loved block-tower is a skill that is necessary for a lifetime. Learning how to cooperate with peers and make friends is a skill that is necessary for a lifetime. Developing self-confidence and a “will-try” attitude is a skill that is necessary for a lifetime.

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