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Ways to Gain Social Skills for Your Child
Preschool children often like to play with friends, share things together, and have a close relationship with their friends. In this way, they learn to socialize, to follow group rules, to act jointly within the group. Especially through games, sharing, respecting someone else's right, waiting to know! To be able to empathize with injured or injustice friends who are in a difficult situation; they get the ability to share similar feelings with them when they feel sad or happy. They also learn how to analyze their own emotions and express them verbally. In other words, preschool children should be provided with the necessary environment in order to acquire social skills. Because, human is a social being and children need to learn the skills and rules of society they need in their social relations. What do you need to do to make new friends, join a group, or ask for help in the most difficult moments?
Set an example for your child
It is very important that families encourage and support their children to develop the “social language ları that children need in social relationships. Teach children to be sincere and natural, and to approach people's relationships positively. Remember, they're copies of you. The way you behave, whatever your attitudes, your child will behave because he imitates you. Children feel the need to have some “social goals amaç to socialize. For example, being able to enter a new group of friends, talk to a favorite age, want to join friends who play at the simplest goals. Having these goals supports them to establish social relationships.
The establishment of groups of friends in preschool ages is towards the age of 6. Up to this age, no advanced group relationships of children are observed. Sometimes when you play with friends, you may suddenly see that you prefer playing alone. Or it can be difficult for the third child to join the two friends who play. This request to join is often rejected by others. In this case, the child may need to have a second attack. The negative attitude of this very simple social initiative may cause the child to be upset or aggressive.
How can you help your child?
? Provide an environment for your child to play with their peers. For example, you can often take him to the same park. Seeing the same children constantly increases the desire to join them and the desire to play together. The best environment for socialization is of course kindergartens. Having many friends of the same age will inevitably help him gain social skills.
? Play with your child. Modeling it will make it easier for your child to learn social skills. While playing games, you can teach your child many social skills such as sharing, waiting for their turn, being polite, asking.
? You can talk about the importance of social skills. For example, if you or your friend forcibly take something from you without asking, you can have him empathize by asking him nasıl how would you feel if I treated you that way “. You can even let him define the emotion he feels; I'll get angry, get upset, like So you will understand that you're doing wrong and be careful.
? Bring rational and easy solutions to the problem when it has social difficulties. When he tells you his problem, listen to him and empathize. Try to see the problem from his side. And help him to find the solution. For example, you will get a chocolate that she loves very much and there is a queue in the safe and your child is impatient. He's offering you not to line up and pick him up. So I told him: orum I can see how impatient he is, but everyone in the line is very impatient. This is our turn, and we have to wait here so as not to disrespect the rights of others. How would you feel if the people behind us did the same thing to you? I so that your child can look at it by other people. In this way, it will comprehend the importance of obeying social rules and respecting the rights of people outside of us. He'il learn not to do something he doesn't want to be done to anyone else.
? Support positive approaches to problems. Encourage him to address problems by speaking instead of a belligerent and aggressive attitude. Tell them that fighting or being rude will hurt people's feelings and make them feel bad. It will help you to have empathy.
You should not forget that you do not have an aggressive attitude in your social relations. The way you approach human relationships, your child will approach it.