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#793523 - 11/19/12 10:56 PM Kids Learn to Share
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Sharing can be learned with patience and perseverance. It is important to teach children to share at an early age because it is not a natural process. It can be learned by modeling the ideal behavior. Sharing builds social and emotional skills.

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#795317 - 12/05/12 03:25 PM Re: Kids Learn to Share [Re: Celestine - Learning Dis]
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I like your article - it is important to remember that sharing is a learned behavior. My kids are 3 & 4 and they always assume I am willing to share with them! Which I am, of course, but now I point it out when they want a bite of my food or to see something on my iphone - "look, mommy is sharing with you because it makes me happy!" It seems to have an effect, and they are learning to share together, although the 4-yr-old has an easier time than her younger brother!

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#795496 - 12/07/12 09:31 AM Re: Kids Learn to Share [Re: Celestine - Learning Dis]
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Thank you for liking! Sharing is a learning process. It sometimes takes longer for some than others to feel comfortable sharing.
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