The child does not want to share: what should parents do

The child does not want to share: what should parents do





What about the child who is waiting for sharing a toy with him?

Waiting can be difficult, especially for impulsive2-5 years old. But, like perseverance, waiting is an excellent life skill of patience. A child waiting for his turn may get angry, upset, offended - and this is normal.

Do not be afraid of trampling legs or tears.

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Learning to control emotions and correctly express strong feelings is the main task of childhood.

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Control over one's impulses (waiting for a toy, and not snatching it from the hands of another) is an extremely important part of the development of the intellect, which is achieved only by practice.

The more practice the better. “Sharing by turns” is a great practice.

Read also:How to teach your child patience

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So, how to apply positive perseverance in practice, if you decide to teach a child to share toys correctly, without prejudice to himself, and also how to brighten up the expectation of a child,which do not give a toy on demand? Here are a few key phrases that will come in handy.

Positive perseverance

  • You can play until you get bored
  • Have you played enough? And Maxi says he hasn't finished yet.
  • Didn't you like that he took your car? Tell him that this is not possible, and let him give it back.
  • Say: “I have not finished. I play enough - you can take. "
  • Now it is played. When she finishes, it will be your turn.
  • Bella is still playing with the pony, which means she hasn't finished yet.
  • You need to wait. I do not allow to take a toy from her hands.

 

Expectation

 

  • Yes, I know, it is very difficult to wait!
  • You are angry, I see that you really want to play with a pony right now.
  • If you want - be angry, but I do not allow the toy.
  • Tell Max when you're done playing to get a toy?
  • I understand you no longer need this truck. Go look for Ben.

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    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

    The child does not want to share: what should parents do

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