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Activities To Develop Social And Emotional Skills In Toddlers


Do you know that social and emotional growth is as important as physical growth for your toddler?

Most of these skills develop through simple but significant activities like making friends, through play, ordinary day-to-day activities, through sharing with others, through learning about one’s culture, etc.

Developing these skills in your toddler will lay the groundwork for the future and the way he is able to handle different situations.


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