Dramatic pretend play games uniquely improve Emotional Control in young children

Thumyat Noe ’23 Social-emotional development is important in preschool children as these skills can predict children’s school readiness, school adjustment, and social functioning in the future. Furthermore, lack of social-emotional skills is often associated with aggression, low achievement, bullying, and substance abuse during adolescence. In an effort to prevent such associations, many schools have created programs that focus on fostering positive social-emotional development in children. … Continue reading Dramatic pretend play games uniquely improve Emotional Control in young children