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How to find friends in kindergarten

Vmiremam.ru 25.09.2018 at 14:00

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To three years many children regularly participate in activities with other children. They play in kindergarten and go to different classes all together. At this age some children have a clear idea of who their friends are and can call them by name. Some children at this age may not have friends, but they can be encouraged to make friends.

at the age of four most children will be able to know the difference between "friend" and other children whom they know. Some children, very easy commute with a large number of people, while others on the contrary, it is very hard to go on contact. Sometimes children may need a little more time to see what happens, before you join the group.

How to make friends with peers

Children must learn the skills of friendship. When your child plays with other children, he builds skills that help him to gain the friendship now and in the future. This ability to share, cooperate, listen to others, to settle differences and discuss various things. When children decide to play, for example, in "mother and Daughters" or "war party", they must decide which roles to take and what to do. After all, not everyone can be a mother or a commander of a regiment! And if they all want to be a mom, or they have different ideas about what mothers do, they have to decide among themselves.

the Boys can make friends easily, making various "masculine" physical things together. Girls can become friends, if talking with each other about their feelings or when something you.

If you know how your child reacts to other children, it gives you a good Foundation in order to help him gain friendships with those children that conform to his character and temperament.

Help your child become a good friend

In your power to help your child become a good friend in our everyday family life. Teach him not only to take but to give. When he plays with his brother or father, and they suddenly decide what to play and what toy.

When such situations occur, you can explain what is happening and why. For example, you could say: "it Was a great idea to listen to each other before you decided what to play." Or "What if you play a game where you both have the main character a rabbit?"

When you play games, such as table, you can show and explain how you need to be able to win and to lose.

Speaking and listening

Speaking and listening is also an important part of friendship. Teach your little one to show interest in what others say and than ask questions. Family dinner is a great time to hone models of these skills. This will give your child the opportunity to practice it. Many times, it is hard to remember even for adults. But your child is still learning and he needs a lot of practice to become a good friend and companion.

the kindergarten Teachers should give you advice on what social skills you and your child could practice at home together.

to make Friends during the game – the most it!

the Opportunity to play with other children, whether on the street or in the kindergarten, can help the child to make friends with other children.

Here are some ideas to help your child to make new friends during a game:

Help and tell the children the highlights below correctly and play nice. You can do this by providing different versions of the game. For example, you could say: "would you Like to play with blocks or cars?" Don't forget to praise children when they play and decide something together. Try to make toys your kid "General" when friends come over. It can stop a trivial quarrel over toys. Are always there. It will calm your child. When you get close, especially if the children are not familiar with each other, the child will feel your support and will begin to behave much friendlier. As soon as your child will become more confident, you can move away so as not to disturb. But you still need to monitor what is happening. Observe what is happening. This will help you to know if children play together, or the game starts to spiral out of control. If the situation becomes too rough, you need to intervene. Set a time limit. When children get tired, it becomes harder to cooperate with each other. It is better to finish the game on a good note, with a desire to continue next time. Than leave the Playground in tears, upset because green cars. What to do when something goes wrong

there Are moments when the game is between the kids is going according to plan.

Children behave aggressively

Disagreement with each other — this is normal. But if it starts screaming or hitting, you better intervene and to establish children's behavior. In this situation, it's important to understand that you need to stop and why. For example, "Please stop pushing each other. Both of you will be hurt."

the Game alone

If a child plays alone, you can, in principle, nothing to worry about. But if your child is confident enough to join a game with peers, or constantly wants to play with the children, you need to help him with it:

Please note your child that others do, so he could figure out how to join and play together. For example, "Look at that girl plays? Is she going to cook? I think she may need one more chef!"

Explain to your child how to start and invite other children to join him. For example, "Help me dig a hole in the sand? Let's dig a deep hole together?"

You're not my friend

In kindergarten, the children sometimes say things like "You're not my friend!".

Some children can suffer from this, and others uneasy. Children quickly deal with it and become "friends" in a few minutes.

If your child tells you about problems with friends in preschool, it would be nice to talk about this with the tutor. The teacher can monitor what is happening, and to track conversations, stories, or actions.

This may help to explain to your child that sometimes it's strange to feel lonely, and most people don't get along with anyone they meet in everyday life.