EARLY CHIL
Week Two Discussion Two

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Week Two Discussion Two Toddlers with better self-regulation skills are less likely to demonstrate behavior problems in preschool because they recognize and understand boundaries and limits. The toddler realizes that there is a time to play, a time to clean up, a time to eat, a time to learn and sit still, and a time to lay down for a nap. These skills will help the toddler as he or she matures into young adulthood as well as adulthood. In order to be successful in life, self-regulation is a must. In a school setting where it is structured and different times are allotted for different activities; being able to self-regulate will make transition easier throughout the day. I teach my son by example
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  • Spring '13
  • AlanReitman
  • better self-regulation skills

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