Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Human Development & Family Science
Many young kids have not yet developed social-emotional skills, which prevents them from controlling their feelings and emotions. When children do not learn to regulate their emotions, anger, frustration, and aggression issues are more likely to arise. However, when they do develop these skills, children can build self-awareness and confidence, increase empathy for others, and build positive relationships. Therefore, to support young children in developing self-regulation skills and dealing with feelings, I created a three-day lesson for teaching anger management skills to preschool children at Migrant Seasonal Head Start in Gonzales, California.
Valdez Aceves, Manuelita, "Building Anger Management Skills in Preschoolers" (2023). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 1419.