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I don't know if this will help you, but I found a study published online from January 2011 for the Raikes Foundation entitled "Social-Emotional Learning Assessment Measures for Middle School Youth". I know it seems to focus primarily on middle school ages, but it seems to have some information in it that talks a little bit about social-emotional assessment ...


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First, to answer the general question ... NO. There is really no way that a 4/5/6 year old can understand why these kinds of things are happening. Just reassure that she is not disappointing you, that you love her, and be relentlessly positive. More specifically to your case .. there is no way around her feeling like she has done failed or something wrong. ...


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So... I've been thinking about this question for a few days, and here's the best I can come up with (and since it's been almost a month, none of this may apply to you anymore): I think a certain level of push-back from your daughter is to be expected. Especially if her friends are at the big kids school and whatnot. I think the only thing you can really ...



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