A Website to Help Adults Guide Children’s Growth, Skills, and Independence
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Acorn Dreams is a website for teachers, parents, and other caregivers that offers information to help guide children aged 3 to 8. The resources are designed to grow children’s skills for life such as how to make friends, develop independence, cooperate, solve problems, and handle anger and disappointment.
The website includes a blog that shares information on effective strategies to foster children’s social and emotional development, including topics such as play, self-control, and social skills. Also on the website is a resource center and store that includes packages for instructional materials, stickers, books, puppets, and more.
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