This list contains a variety of resources associated with helping young children resolve conflicts.
- Tip Sheet: He’s Teasing Me!
- Tip Sheet: Helping Children Develop “Impulse Control”
- Tip Sheet: Helping Siblings Get Along
- Tip Sheet: Helping the Often-Angry Child
- Tip Sheet: Making and Keeping Friends
- Tip Sheet: Kids Who Care
- What Works Briefs
These briefs from the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning describe effective practices for supporting children’s social-emotional development and preventing challenging behaviors.
- Ways Child Care Providers Can Teach Young Children to Resolve Conflicts
This resource from the Extension website explains why teaching conflict resolution is beneficial for young children.
- Ages & Stages: Learning to Resolve Conflicts
The Scholastic website explains the ages of stages of learning conflict resolution.
- Young Children Can Learn How to Resolve Conflicts with Adult Guidance and Support
The Michigan State University explains that there are simple steps that adults can begin using immediately to assist children in learning how to resolve conflict. The steps take practice by the children who are learning them and patience by the adult who is modeling and teaching the steps.
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- Resource List