How to teach your child to share?
Created by Tanishka Dharmadhikari Updated on Nov 07, 2017
Sharing is caring – how many times have you used this phrase with your child? And how many times has your child listened to you and shared his or her things with other children. Children need to be taught to share and as parents you need to teach them sharing. But before you do let’s see what is sharing for your child?
What Is Sharing For Your Child?
Sharing in simple terms means some from me and some from you. Sharing in broader sense means a joint use of things or play area. So sharing for your child will mean for him or her to share the toys, books or anything he or she is playing with.
Can I Teach Sharing To My Child?
Yes, you can teach sharing to your child in some simple easy ways. But before you teach your child the concept of sharing ensure that your child understands why it is important to share his or her toys or books with other children either in the neighbourhood or when you have friends-visit over to your place.
Why Is It Important For Your Child To Share?
It is important for your child to share because sharing teaches your child to be empathetic and to compromise. Sharing also teaches that when he or she shares his or her things; there is a double the joy in playing and interacting with other children.
8 Ways To Teach Sharing To Your Child
So now we have learnt what is sharing and can you teach sharing to your child. So now let’s see 8 easy ways to teach sharing to your child.
| Nov 10, 2017
| Nov 10, 2017
| Nov 07, 2017
sharing doubles the joy. if a game is shared and played together by siblings it would be double the fun while playing alone would rob them of all the maaza. I am sure all parents and teachers try their level best to inculcate the habit of sharing in children but they would do it only when they are ready for it. thanks for sharing this useful blog with handy tips.