LEARNING TO SHARE IN EARLYCHILDHOOD

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Sharing teaches children about compromise. Children who share also learn how to take turns and negotiate , and how to cope with disappointment.
Sharing is a vital life skill . It's something toddlers and children need to learn to make and keep friends and play cooparatively.

HELPING YOUR CHILD LEARN ABOUT SHARING:
Once your child starts having playdates and going to child care , preschool or kindergarten he'll need to be able to share with others.
Childe often take their cues from what they see their parents doing.
As parents you give your children a great example to follow. 
Children also need opportunities to learn about and practice sharing in everyday life. 
- When you see your child trying to share or take turns , make sure you lots of praise and attention. For example,  ' I liked the way you let Lisha play with your train . Great sharing'.
- Talk to your child about sharing before she goes on playdates with others children. For example,  you could say, ' when Jen comes over, you'll need to share some of your toys. Why don't we ask her what she wants to play with? You can also talk to your child about sharing before heading off to child care or preschool. 
Put away any special toys when other children are coming to play at your house.  This might help avoid problems with sharing altogether. 
Sharing In Different Age-
Toddlers: 
By the age three , many children will start to understand the concept of turn- talking. But they might still throw a tantrum if another child takes a toy- that they want.
Your toddler probably doesn't have an understanding of what sharing is. In general , toddlers believe they're the center of the world and that everything belongs to them.

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Preschoolers:
By preschool age , most children have a basic idea about sharing.  But your preschooler still might not be keen to put sharing into action, and can be impatient when waiting her turn.
You can build your preschooler's sharing skills by watching for good turn- taking and encouraging fairness. 
Talking to him about other people ' s feelings will help him understand life from someone else's perspective,  which is a great skill to have.
It's important to be realistic about a preschool's ability to share. At this age , most children are still very self- focused,  and have little understanding of other people's thought and emotions. 
School-age Children:
By the time most children start school,  they're beginning to understand that other people have feelings separate from their own and the idea of sharing and talking turns. 

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But most children still need you to remind and support them particularly if they are being asked to share a much - loved toy or game. 
Your child will be much more patient and tolerant than she used to be. She'll get lots of sharing practice at school too.
Parents reactions and behaviour also help to learn a lot,  so you can set a good example by sharing yourself.  Lots of praise and encouragement when you see your child doing good sharing will also help. 
Good sharing skills help to make self confidence .



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