One of the most important personal traits that ensure full realization, both in the professional and in the personal life is the emotional intelligence.

The truth is that children are a reflection of their parents and the environment in which they grow. This is the driving force in our own evolution, and striving to be a better version of ourselves. We, as an auxiliary unit in building children, know that bases of emotional intelligence in children and adults is similar.

In the process of a child’s growth, he encounters different situations that evoke different emotions. Thus, they acquire different EI skills at different rates – there is no single, generally applicable model to summarize what emotional intelligence should look like in children of different ages. However, there are several things that lead a child from pure sensorimotor development to making friends and controlling impulses.

It is in these directions that we focus our efforts: