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Emotional Development Overview

An infant’s emotions are the only way it has to communicate – they are able to demonstrate a range of both positive and negative emotions. The toddler stage is an exciting but challenging one – testing out their independence can be filled with emotional swings. As a preschooler, 3-5 year olds express a wide range of emotions and are able to use them appropriately to express their feelings.

Learn about the Development Milestones for each stage:

 

 

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