Ages 6-9: Social Development
- Children this age become more adept at relationships, but they also may have many conflicts with their peers.
- Many children are competitive, and can become argumentative and quarrelsome when they lose.
- Children in this age group can be hard on their younger siblings.
- At age 6 or 7, kids tend to do best with one friend, but by age 8 or 9 they can begin working well in small groups of three or four.
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Enriching Families’ Community Connections: A Two-Way Street, presented by Dr. Eugene C. Roehlkepartain, Vice President, Research and Development at Search Institute and Dr. Hedy Walls, Vice President of Social Responsibility at YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities
Tuesday, July 8, 2014, 12PM - 1PM, CDT