If you are frustrated that your child does not like to share, there is new evidence that you can fix that problem. Environment and age of your child plays a factor in how you approach sharing.

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The emotional state of you child also plays a factor when sharing is involved. This article will help guide you in making your kid a better sharer and a better friend using research to get the result that you are looking for.

Key Takeaways:

  • Teachers have always wanted their kids to share in the classroom when possible. There are a few ways to encourage that behavior when the opportunity arises.

  • Kids do respond to some gentle suggestions about what is acceptable behavior. Sharing is a time honored trait that appeals to people of all ages.

  • Practice the skill and get to know one another while sharing too. That can bring a classroom closer together with a little help along the way.

"Kids respond to clearly stated, gentle suggestions about what is acceptable when it comes to sharing."

Read more: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/three_ways_to_inspire_kids_to_share

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