Many children seem to naturally have the ability to make and keep friends. They always seem to behave in a fair and appropriate to say things to make friends and to know your relations. You have a great social skills and interact easily with others. Children are drawn to this child and they seem to have new friends wherever they go. If you have one of these children, then you can consider yourself blessed. Other children seem toThe difficulties in this area. As both a teacher and a parent, I noticed that some children may benefit from some coaching in the relationship of friendship. If you have one of these children, happen here are some ideas to help them, their interpersonal skills.
Role playing: you can leave your child with you some practice situations. This will help the child prepare a clumsy or shy upcoming events. For example, you can role play, leading totell other children to a birthday party or the first day of school. direct teaching of communication skills can be an effective tool.
Modeling: Demonstrate to your child in a few sentences, you might use them. It 's really help. The first day of kindergarten, while their parents were still gathered around their children see, my son pulled up the arm and asked: "What words do you use for a friend?" The model has shown the age of the child and dependentparticular situation.
Showing: Have you see your child with a friend or acquaintance. Let me describe themselves as an image with this friend and make a fun activity to feel with this friend. In, as someone who is personable and friendly, they become friends to put around. In contrast, children who are accidentally without friends can be cumbersome to create the image of that reality in itself.
Hours: take the initiative asAdults and invite another child to play or participate in an outing with family or social event. This is a tried and true technology and inviting someone seems to be a universal invitation to friendship. Do not assume your child has the ability, this is for himself. Try to help them, playing on the first day. Sometimes contact with the parent of another child and make a call can be effective.
Organizations: Take advantage of youth organizations andActivities such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, church youth groups, sports and camps. Through the exchange of an activity, children can meet children with similar interests. While sharing a 'activities, your child will have plenty of time for interpersonal and communication skills who worked on practicing at home.
Get help: If your child struggles right here, asking for help your child's teacher or another parent. The teacher may be willing to sit next to aConcerned friend or partner with someone for an activity if they know your concerns. Teachers spend many hours a day with your child and can be a strong sense of who would be a good game for the child.
Teach your children how to treat a friend: This is probably a lesson in progress. Some children need continuous coaching from the sidelines. Before a given match or come together, you can remember the baby on the type of behaviors and attitudes that people wantone of them. Again with the visualization and modeling helps the child to remember their practice new interpersonal skills.
Let's talk: Ask your child what worked and what did not work in the area of friendships. Help them next time they could have a chance to think so. Appreciation for their efforts and decisions. Help them reach a plan for future interactions. When you get to a disagreement with, discuss with yourChild, how to resolve the conflict.
Looking for ways to model and teach social skills: as the waiter approaches your table, looking at a restaurant in their eyes and use their name. Teach your children to do so. Find other ways to be friendly and introduce yourself to people, show your child's ability, a conversation with someone. Point out, your child how to ask people how they are doing, and show a real interestthem. Modeling how to interact with people in accordance with real-life situations helps the child develop these skills.