My second child recently graduated from kindergarten! After attending the graduation ceremony, I began to realize that I was going to elementary school. Although he is still very happy to welcome the summer vacation, when I chatted with him, I found that while he was thinking about his kindergarten classmates, he was worried that he would enter a completely unfamiliar new environment in September. Every day, he asked me what should I do if I could not make friends? Will anyone not play with him? Three ways to help children adapt to group life early . In view of the past experience of the boss, I know that we must cultivate children's ability to live in groups from an early age. Having good social skills can make children more confident in the growth process and can learn happily, as well as have good physical and mental development to cultivate. sound personality.
How to easily cultivate children's social skills in life? Here are 3 tips to share with you: Coup 1, train children's concept of cooperation, practice social situations At this stage, the child is still training the concept of teamwork. For example, my second child number list is more sensitive and lacks experience in group life. Sometimes, when arguing with classmates in the activity group, just reading him a sentence or two will make him angry. When encountering this situation, you can let children understand the importance of teamwork and cultivate empathy by reading storybooks on related topics, such as: Helen. Cooper's "Pumpkin Soup" or Japanese picture book writer Suzuki Mori's "Little Train Changes" story content, both complete many tasks through cooperation with good friends, and taste the fruits of success! In addition, children of this age like role-playing.
By simulating various social situations, they teach children how to talk to others in a polite and appropriate way in a relaxed and playful way. cultivate children's self-confidence, improve self-affirmation I remember that when the second child was still in the big shift, he came home one day and said, "I said I don't know the cartoons on TV now, and then everyone stopped playing with me." The lively second child likes to go to the park Playing is better than watching TV at home, so he is not very clear about the popular cartoon shows now. In such a situation, we must avoid letting the children force themselves to meet their peers' preferences. We can guide the children through chatting, so that they can discover their own advantages and know how to affirm their self-worth. Like me, I said to the second child in a different way: " When everyone is chatting about cartoons, you can share with everyone the spinning top that you recently learned, and maybe everyone will find it very interesting!" Sure enough, when I tried it in class the next day, the second child became famous overnight.