Social/Emotional Development
Pre-K children should be able to:
  • Gain increased self-confidence.
  • Use increasingly complex words.
  • Play inclusively.
  • Initiate play or integrate into others’ play.
  • Be flexible in role playing.
  • Wait patiently while taking turns.
  • Accept limits.
  • Share.
  • Show respect for people and property.
  • Respect personal property.
  • Resolve conflicts verbally.
  • Make eye contact.
  • Display curiosity.
  • Take risks.
  • Develop independence.
  • Accept responsibility for own actions.
  • Delay gratification.
  • Tolerate frustration.
  • Make transitions.
  • Accept changes.