Sharing is caring
One of the most important value that our children must learn is to know that ”Sharing is Caring”.
Have you ever experienced when your toddler’s playroom is busting with toys, yet whenever a friend comes over, your child wants whichever neglected toy his pal reaches for and this turns up with tantrums and is really difficult to handle your child.
What does really sharing is caring mean?
a. Sharing is caring is one of the common phrases, but it has a big meaning to it that.When we share something with someone else it is equal to caring them
b. Interestingly, as per the survey 43% of the parents who were surveyed thought that children should be able to master sharing by age 2. In fact these skills develop between the ages of 3.5 to 4 years all together in them
c. Sharing is a vital life skill. It is something toddlers need to learn so that they can make and keep friends and play cooperatively, especially once your child starts having play dates and starts going to preschool
d. The parents and educator must appreciate when the child shares, make the child know how it feels and makes the other person happy so that the child values it and follows the same ahead.
Below are few tips that all can follow to inculcate this value in the child:
a. A child should never be forced to share
b. Make them understand how it feels once your child share their things with others
c. Make toys communal there is nothing called “That’s toy is mine”
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