Feelings and intellect are constantly fighting who is more important. Emotions and intellect are not only in one team, but also affect our decisions, behavior, and learning Developing emotional intelligence in children helps a lot in learning. How? First, let’s talk about what is emotional intelligence. Psychologists identify five skills of emotional intelligence: Self-awareness, Self-regulation, Motivation, Empathy, and Social skills. • Self-awareness. This is necessary so that children are better aware of their strengths and weaknesses, have a positive outlook on life, and reasonable self-confidence. • Self-regulation. Regulate your emotions, thoughts, and behavior in various situations. This skill includes stress management, impulse control, self-motivation, as well as setting goals and making efforts to achieve them. A person with developed self-regulation can independently stop, think and make informed choices • Motivation. Often children do not understand why to make an effort in the knowledge of the sciences, what do they want to do in the future. Motivated people usually understand what they want and why they do what they do. • Empathy. With developed empathy, children are able to read the other person’s emotional state and measure it with their own thoughts and actions • Social skills. Expressing yourself and your thoughts, feelings, and knowledge of the world is one of the key skills for your child. It underlies all reading, writing, math, and science skills. If a child knows how to confidently express his thought or opinion, he becomes more open to learning and developing thinking All incoming information comes to the brain through our senses, and when this information is radically tense or emotional, the instinct takes its toll, and our ability to act is limited by the basic skills necessary for survival: running, fighting, or detachment. Therefore, in order to have access to a wide range of choices and to make the right decisions, we must always be able to balance emotions. Memory is also closely related to emotion. Learning to use the emotional region of our brain in the same way as rational, we not only expand our range of choices when it comes to reacting to a new case; we also learn to engage emotional memory in decision making. This helps to prevent the continuous repetition of past mistakes. Emotionally-intellectually developed children are different from others. They are able to understand the feelings of other people, make informed decisions, at school, it is easier for them to communicate with peers, they demonstrate higher academic results. To increase your EQ level, you need to understand the emotional side of your brain and learn how to manage it. Our program will help you with this.