Children's friendship

Timmy
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Re: Children's friendship

Postby Timmy » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:50 am

All children should have friends. Because the first reason is of course that they need communication with their peers!!! They need to discover something new and not to be alone. Children's friendship really helps to discover social environment as well and if your child communicate with others it will be not difficult for him find common language with people when he is older. Parents should not forbid to communicate with other children. But it is just maybe my personal attitude to this point... Maybe you think in other way
Ernest
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Re: Children's friendship

Postby Ernest » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:29 pm

With such contradictory behavior usually begins childhood contacts.
A child runs to his peers, but is still unable to overcome their children's selfishness, to agree on mutually acceptable conditions of the game. At this age, children are situational contacts, insipid and often conflicted. They would rather play alongside each in their own, rarely appreciating the game, or neighbor for a short while to connect to it. Over time, with the help of an adult baby learns the rules of playing together. A child grows up, everything is changing, and changing the rules that help to make new acquaintances.
Diego
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Re: Children's friendship

Postby Diego » Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:38 pm

Children know that his parents will not ask him for a toy. And they get used to this strategy. A child is in the center in the society of family. In the circle of peers everyone is equal. Our child needs to understand how to behave, how to share things, in what way to play together with others. With time he is sure to get used. Parents can only observe from time to time and make some corrections. In school the main point of friendship is help and communication after classes. We need to ask how children feel about communication with others, maybe give some tips. But it’s really important to be communicative. So adults must encourage peers’ friendship.
Howard
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Re: Children's friendship

Postby Howard » Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:44 pm

Social and character development is a large part of a child’s life. Although they can and do form social bonds on their own, it can be beneficial or even necessary to teach kids how to have positive social interactions and maintain relationships. There are ways you can teach kids about friendship. You can start by exposing them to friendship, then talking about what friendship means, and then teaching them how to handle conflict. Kids are always paying attention to the things we do and say whether we realize it or not. One easy way to teach kids about friendship, then, is to let them see you being a good friend. Modeling friendship will give them an example of how friends act and reinforce some of the things you teach them about friendship.

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