Social Skills Activities for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Communicate, negotiate and collaborate with others

The social domain includes social interaction with others, getting along with others, turn-taking, participation and cooperation. Similar to emotional development, educators need to be adaptable to the situation and encourage healthy conflict resolution and helping children understand their place in a community.

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Communicate, negotiate and collaborate with others

Allowing children to interact organically while observing them is a good way to notice how they’re developing and whether they need individualized support. Social skills are important during the early years because children learn to communicate, negotiate and collaborate with others.