Children begin forming relationships with people around them from birth. Their interactions with other people help them develop their social and emotional skills like understanding emotions, and controlling behaviors. It is important to understand some milestones your children are expected to meet t around roughly the same age mentioned in this article. This will help you assist your children with developing the necessary foundations for healthier social and emotional development at later ages.

In the end, it is important to keep in mind that each individual develop at their own pace. Your child might display milestones later or earlier than the stages mentioned. Also, you will notice that your children differ in their progress too. It is important to stimulate your children’s social and emotional development, but it is equally important to allow each child to develop at their own pace as well. These milestones are general guidelines of expectations from children in their social and emotional development.

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