Here are some great social/emotional activities that you and your child(ren) can complete.


Cooperation means working well with others and valuing their ideas. Bust out the board games, card games, or video games and practice cooperation with your child(ren) focusing on taking turns, encouragement, and good sportsmanship.


Coping and responding to strong emotions may take some extra help from different self-regulating strategies. Discuss with your child(ren) regarding the above self-regulation tools and practice with them! You can also have them come up with some strategies that they can use to help when faced with strong emotions!