Social and Emotional Development - Older Toddler (18 to 36 Months)
Right now, you're surely experiencing the emotional ups and downs that some parents refer to as the "terrible twos" and living with a "three-nager." Remember this is a normal developmental stage. How you listen and respond to your child will assist them in learning to manage their emotions, impulses and reactions. Play experiences also help with the development of self-control, turn taking, sharing and negotiation.
About This Domain
The Social and Emotional Development domain includes children’s feelings about themselves and their relationships with others, as well as learning to manage and express emotions. These skills and characteristics effect progress in every other area of development.