Little Reds

Social/Emotional and Physical Development

Social-Emotional Skills
Social-emotional development focuses on the child’s increasing capacity to understand and regulate emotions, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships with peers and adults, and make responsible decisions. By playing and working with each other, children practice their social skills with guidance and support from adults and peers.
Physical Education
Children use their bodies to move expressively as they develop a sense for where their body is in space as well as in relation to others. They develop small and large muscle control, eye-hand coordination, and improve collaboration/teamwork skills through a multitude of activities and games.