social emotional learning

Develop early Social-emotional learning skills for preschoolers and kindergartners.
Elementary school.

Kids Kindle for Young Readers!

Earlier, I have posted about setting up a library of books at home for little kids. As you raise a reader, You may end up buying more and more books. In the tech world, It would be nice to have a kindle reader for easy access from anywhere. Your local school district or libraries support the kindle reading activity. The best thing that we can do for little kids is reading and giving the gift of unlimited reading.

Cooperative Board Games for Little Kids

These pandemic days are challenging for parents to keep kids engaged and off from the screen. After research, I found some interesting activities that help kids & parents to learn their emotions when things don’t work their way. Parents can support their emotional growth by catching it right away and providing feedback.

The interesting part of it is we can identify frustration and emotions of beginner little players who are brand new to board games. We can use these to teach them so much!

Here are a few things that board games help my kid to understand – it’s okay to lose or win, you do not win always, persistence is important and it is important to finish what you start and there are rules to follow.

Here are few board games that worked with us and our friends & family

  1. stone soup by peaceable kingdom
  2. Peaceable Kingdom Hoot Owl Hoot – Cooperative Matching Game For Kids
  3. Peaceable Kingdom Race to the Treasure! Award Winning Beat the Ogre Cooperative Game for Kids
  4. Outfoxed! A Cooperative Whodunit Board Game for Kids 5+