At the age of 3, children begin to understand the emotions they are feeling. If they find something funny they 'll laugh. If something makes them feel sad or angry, they 'll burst into tears. They are very affectionate towards people who show love and affection such as family and close friends. They begin to learn to cope with their emotions and the feelings people around them express to them. They can also control their anger, jealousy and frustration and can deal with criticism and the disapproval of their behaviour from adults.
Parents, siblings, teachers, friends and anyone who is part of a child’s life plays a very important role in their emotional development by offering love, acceptance and respect towards …show more content…
This is important because she gets a secure attachment she will trust and love her parents more, making her happier benefiting him as he will get along with other people as well as his parents. However if he gets an insecure, bad attachment it will get him negative consequences in the future such as he not being able to trust people and not letting people in, effecting him in his social life.
Honilands Children Centre should:
Show interest in Miyah’s activities and show that she is pleased with the achievements and improvements of Miyah so she could feel like she is doing the right thing and will carry on making her intellectual development more effective.
Give Lots of love and praises. This is very significant because she is young, and need to have lots of praises and love to boost up her confidence. Miyah’s parents neglect her and this makes her feel unloved. So that means he needs extra support in school from teachers and friends in order to live through early childhood happy.
Social needs of …show more content…
Socializing with other children means that Miyah can pick up important skills, such as sharing. This means that he will be able to play and hang around with children his age in a happy and well-mannered way. By socialising her self-concept will develop as she will gain more confidence with children and learn how to play from adults and making him feel good about himself as he is learning.
Experience a lot of social and family events. Family and friend gatherings with children are very important. This is because children need to get used to the people they are related to and need to be familiar with the people they trust. Also family gatherings mean that they can have role models in their lives giving them confidence in what they want to do when they are older and who they want to