Younger Infant: Self-Awareness

Posted by Nate McCallister on December 1, 2015
Smiling infant.

The development of self-awareness is an important part of social emotional development for infants. In this stage of development you can see children grow more and more aware of their own needs and feelings. Age: 0-8 Months Domain: Social Emotional … Read More

Toddler: Trust and Emotional Security

Posted by Nate McCallister on November 29, 2015
Child holding bear.

Trust and emotional security are important parts of social emotional development for toddlers. Healthy relationships are the cornerstone for progress in this domain. At this stage, toddlers will bond with familiar adults. Age: 18-36 months Domain: Social Emotional Development Sub-domain: … Read More

Younger Infant: Trust and Emotional Security

Posted by Nate McCallister on November 29, 2015
Women holding infant up smiling while the two look at each other.

Trust and emotional security are important parts of social emotional development for infants. Healthy relationships are the cornerstone for progress in this domain. At this stage, infants will bond with familiar adults and begin to show caution around strangers. Age: … Read More

Older Infant: Trust and Emotional Security

Posted by Nate McCallister on November 29, 2015
Older infant looks at mom while she speask to him.

Trust and emotional security are important parts of social emotional development for infants. Healthy relationships are the cornerstone for progress in this domain. At this stage, infants will bond with familiar adults and begin to show caution around strangers. Age: … Read More