The research was carried to identify the predictive levels of value behaviours and self-regulation skills in preschool children’s social emotional well-being and psychological resilience. The study was designed in relational screening model. The universe of the research consists of 36-72 months old children attending public primary schools and independent kindergartens in Trabzon province and its districts. The sample of the study, on the other hand, consists of 315 children attending kindergartens affiliated with official primary schools and independent kindergartens selected by simple random sampling method from the population. “Social Emotional Wellbeing and Psychological Resilience Scale (PERİK)”, “Self-Regulation Skills Scale” and “Development of Behavior Values Scale” were used as data collection tools in the research. The scale items for the children included in the study were filled in by the children’s teachers. After the obtained data were transferred to the SPPS 26.00 package program, they were analyzed using descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation test, and simple linear regression analysis. Based on the results of the study, it was found that the well-being and psychological resilience levels of the children participating in the research were high, and there was a moderate positive relationship between self-regulation and value behaviours and well- being and resilience levels; value behaviours and self-regulation skills were found to be significant predictors of well-being and resilience levels.