Learning to Resolve Conflicts

Miller, Susan A.; Church, Ellen Booth
January 2002
Early Childhood Today;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p37
Focuses on the development of social and language skills in children. Evidence of egocentricity among three year old; Ability of a four-year old child to see things from another child's point of view; Ability of fives and sixes to understand abstract concepts about sharing and communication. INSET: Stage by Stage..


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