TOPIC: WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU WANT SOMEONE TO SHARE
THIS ACTIVITY ENCOURAGES BETTER LISTENING, SELF-AWARENESS, TEAMWORK, AND PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS.
Your child will be encouraged to take part in a group discussion. Two of the children would act out the scenario as playmates. The caregiver gave a toy to the children that they both liked. Playmate one wants to also play with playmate two toys, but playmate two is not sharing. Playmate one now looks very sad. Both children have been playing with their toys for an extended time. The group, including our actors, would be asked by their educator what the problem is? How would they feel if they were playmate one, and how can they tell not sharing has become a problem? Their goal is to develop a solution and a possible outcome as a group.
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