Child Psychology and Behaviour

How to make your child sociable

Latika Ratti
1 to 3 years

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How to make your child sociable

We all want our children to be extroverts, friendly, and approachable. But some children have a more quieter nature than others. While we cannot, and should not, try and change their nature, we can teach them certain social skills that will make them comfortable in a group setting. This blog shares with you some of those skills.


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Sony Tiwari

| Nov 21, 2017

Thank you... Nice article...

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Shubhashree

| Nov 04, 2017

thank you so much this is very helpful. i will apply these all for making my daughter sociable

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Indira Hasija

| Oct 30, 2017

Thanks for guiding me.

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Alka Kudnekar Bhoi

| Oct 21, 2017

thank u so much for your advice

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Rashmi K C

| Aug 29, 2017

Thanks for this piece of advice

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Rashmi K C

| Aug 29, 2017

Thanks for this piece of advice

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Rajesh Kumar

| Aug 17, 2017

Thanks for sharing such nice article...

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Ekta Gupta

| Aug 16, 2017

thank you so mch for your suggeston

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Ekta Gupta

| Aug 16, 2017

thank you so mch for your suggeston

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Lovely

| Aug 16, 2017

thank you so much for your kind advice.. I applied it.. and appreciate it

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Supriya Joshi

| Jul 27, 2017

thanks for the information

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Supriya Joshi

| Jul 27, 2017

thanks for the information

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Supriya Joshi

| Jul 27, 2017

thanks for the information

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Chanda

| Jul 24, 2017

Hi, My daughter is shy but she tries to make friends , she even carry her toy or something to eat in the park so that she gets some friends and its her own idea. But main concern I am having is she's hesitant to try new things(games and activity etc. ). because of which she don't become a part of group. even she is not ready to join hobby classes or afraid of performing on stage. In birthday parties and gatherings, she don't want to get involved in games and activities because of the fear that she might not be able to do it properly, we boost her a lot but no success. Please suggest.

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Namrata Kaur Bhatia

| Jul 11, 2017

thanks a ton very useful information. I will try them.

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Neha Bansal

| Jun 28, 2017

thx, I will very helpful and I try my best

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Pooja Ubale

| Mar 28, 2017

thanku giving a right path

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Arundhatishahurediffmailcom

| Mar 28, 2017

Thanks I m definitely try this

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Alrina Anthony

| Mar 28, 2017

interesting and very informative

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Khushbu Berlia

| Mar 28, 2017

t j hu in km

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enoobong ogbole

| Mar 28, 2017

thanks, very informative

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Nanthini Madhav

| Mar 28, 2017

informative article. Thank you for sharing

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SRAVANTHI Guda

| Mar 28, 2017

thanku very much for information

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Pratibha Sharma

| Feb 19, 2017

very useful article.

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Arundhatishahurediffmailcom

| Feb 19, 2017

Thanks for good information.

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Bhuvana Venkatesan

| Feb 19, 2017

very informative article. thanks

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Latika Ratti

| Sep 14, 2016

Kids can behave in reserved manner sometimes. Try finding out why he is doing this? Is anything bothering him? Take him out more frequently among people. Let him play with children. Instead of pestering, just leave him to choose. Watching childrent play together might influence him. Call his peers home for some play date. Arrange games. Involve him completely. Tell his teachers to counsel him. I am sure with time he will improve. it is just his age which is bothering him. Give him some space and he will be fine.

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Suchithra Hari

| Aug 31, 2016

we have started sending our kid to play school he's 2. 6 now. it's almost 2 mons completed and he doesn't interact with any of his frnds and he wants always to be alone. he didn't get the sharing habit. how can v change his mind. he's not ready to accept Wat v say

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Shalini Kushwah Tomar

| Aug 31, 2016

thnks for good information.....

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fouzia bari

| Aug 31, 2016

thankyou very nice and helpful

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Sushree Sangeeta Das

| Aug 31, 2016

Very Nice

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Tej Okram

| Aug 31, 2016

very warm suggestions.

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Janvi Ajay Kaklotar

| Aug 31, 2016

Very nice

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Suma

| Aug 31, 2016

Good information

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Nibedita Rout

| Jul 04, 2016

very nice

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Latika Ratti

| Jun 08, 2016

thank u all

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Archana Rathi

| May 27, 2016

Very useful

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Laxmipriya Moharana

| May 27, 2016

Very useful.

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Karun

| May 26, 2016

Very useful

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Neha

| May 26, 2016

thx for this useful information

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Latika Ratti

| Jan 18, 2016

Some kids are very active and just can't sit at one place. Let the parents play some role in this. Make her sit at home and do some activity. So that, she gets accustomed to it. Also, teacher's are well trained to manage such a behaviour in children. Teacher's can start by giving her activity or toy which the child enjoys most. Or give her some activity which involves more of physical movement, since the child doesn't prefer sitting at one place. The child might take some time. Its very normal.

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Susshil Nair

| Jan 17, 2016

There is a kid in my daughters preschool who keeps running around during activities in class room and also does not follow instructions given by the teacher, how can we help him sit in one place and participate in the activities.

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Latika Ratti

| Jan 08, 2016

I am glad you all liked it

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priya gada

| Dec 16, 2015

Really helpful information. ......thanx

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Anuradha H

| Dec 09, 2015

Hi Latika, Some excellent advice there! Making friends is one if the most important skills we need to teach our kids.

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Latika Ratti

| Dec 05, 2015

Thank u.

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nutan Saijare

| Dec 04, 2015

Helpful information

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Ramla

| Dec 03, 2015

Very nicely written Latika Ratti. Very informative and encouraging, as my 3yrs old son is also a introvert n doesn't socialise with people it helped me understand him better .

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