George, on the other hand, seems to be more serious, shy and reserved.
He struggles to interact socially with his peers and relies on Fred's friends for much of his socialization, when he's allowed to tag along.
Preschool teachers can help identify any barriers to language development by providing opportunities for evaluating children as they use language in a variety of contexts.
Just like the different emotional expressions of brothers in the last example, Fred and George's social development is also impacted as a result of their individual differences.
Fred is outgoing and funny, so he has made several more friends in preschool.
Helping them understand the wide range of human emotions and to recognize these states in others can help children develop compassion and emotional intelligence.
A child's personality also has an impact on his or her social development.Consider Fred and George, siblings raised in the same environment.