Help Your Child Build Good Social Skills with our May ParentTip

Social skills are the skills that help people live, work, and play together.  These “people” skills are how we behave and interact with others. They impact how other people treat us and how we get along in the world.  Some good people skills are:  courteous, fair, helpful, honest, kind, patient, positive attitude and respectful.  One of the best ways to help your child build good social skills is to be a good role model!  It is one of the best things you can do.  Your child watches you and gets clues about what to do and how to act.  Make sure to check out our May ParentTip on Building Good Social Skills  to get some more ideas on how to help your child! 


Month of the Young Child

Ready At Five is happy to celebrate April as the Month of the Young Child! Pictured is Ready At Five's Executive Director Louise Corwin with Lead Teacher Andrea Dias and her teachers and students from St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore Head Start Class. 
Every child received a bag of books for their home library and the classroom was given an assortment of VIOLETS books for their library.



Save The Date for Our Next School Readiness Symposium at Martin's Crosswinds in Greenbelt, MD!

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