If you’d like to build your preschooler’s fine motor skills, make sure that you don’t forget about helping them to use proper pencil grasp.
WHY PRESCHOOLERS SHOULD BE A GOOD FRIEND
Your preschooler needs to learn how to be a good friend in order to form relationships, and learn healthy social skills. When your preschooler learns to be a good friend, they learn important skills like sharing, empathy, respecting others, and controlling their emotions. Friends are there for each other, play games together, and make each other laugh. Having a good friend can help your preschooler feel more confident, accepted, and happy. It’s important that your preschooler understands the importance of treating people the way that they would like to be treated. When your preschooler learns how to treat people at a young age, they will be more likely to develop lasting relationships throughout their life.
5 ACTIVITIES TO HELP PRESCHOOLERS BE A GOOD FRIEND
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