For building skills
All children need to taught how to handle their emotions. A leading psychologist says that one important question to ask children when they are upset is: Is this a big problem, a medium one, or a small one? Getting children to place importance on the problem allows them to learn how to react appropriately to situations and not to blow them out of perspective.
Additionally, children and adults should work to properly identify their emotions to better understand how to regulate them.
Knowing the strengths and interests of your children will help you help them set positive goals. Try this interest inventory for young children.