Happy, Mad, Sad Glad: Helping Young Children Understand Their Feelings

Happy, Mad, Sad Glad: Helping Young Children Understand Their Feelings

Smart Beginnings of Greater Roanoke Quality Enhancement Workshop on helping children to understand feelings and self regulation, presented by Patty Marickovich on August 17, 2010.

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Early childhood education is critical to our community's future economic well being. It's a question of pay-now or pay-later. Research indicates that if children are prepared when they start school and reading on grade level in their early years, they're far more likely to stay on track and finish school rather than become a costly drain on the community's social service system. Those who finish school are much more likely to become contributing members of our workforce.

Joyce Waugh, CEcD
President, Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce

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