Strategies for Helping Young Children with Self-Regulation
We now know that self-regulation is extremely important to children’s success in school. Kids who struggle to regulate their emotions, attention, and behavior are more likely to have difficulties following teachers’ instructions, coping with schoolwork, and getting along with other children. Many people have tried to create interventions to help young children develop self-regulation strategies, although a lot of testing still needs to be done to figure out what works best and for which children. Based on the interventions that have shown some success, here are some tips for helping your child to self-regulate.
Youth & Families / Families
July 12, 2017
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