Emotional Development means developing a full range of emotions, from sad to happy to angry, and learning to handle them appropriately. This leads to deeper qualities – sympathy, caring, resilience, self-esteem, assertiveness and being able to rise to life's challenges.
Concentrate on an activity for 20 to 30 minutes
Identify and talk about feelings in relation to events
Experience positive feelings about themselves and what they can do
Separate easily from family in familiar surroundings
Recognize another's need for help and give assistance