Families are becoming smaller. The most common rule, that of the single child hace, makes children spend a lot of time playing alone and without contact with other children. However, it is much healthier for their emotional development to share games and activities with other children their age. Lea
Families are becoming smaller. The most common rule, that of the single child hace, makes children spend a lot of time playing alone and without contact with other children. However, it is much healthier for their emotional development to share games and activities with other children their age.Learning to
play as a team is fundamental to develop a series of values such as generosity and tolerance. In addition, playing with other children as a team fosters their ability to share and also their sociability. The question is, how can children learn to play as a team? How to teach children how to play as a team
As always in relation to children's learning, teaching children to play as a team must start at home.
1. Your own toys will serve you to share unforgettable family moments with those
construction games that are conducive to challenges and team tests. 2.
The puzzles are one of the best games where children can learn what is collaboration of a team, support and see the great result of working as a team with a common goal. 3. The difficulty in teaching children to play as a team at home is that there may not be more children around them. And the certain thing is that the ideal would be that all the participants had
similar capacities in order that they learn to solve the challenges of the game by itself. 4. If in your case you have only one child, do not hesitate to
invite some of your neighbors' children to snack. It does not have to be a day of celebration for the little ones to share time with children of their age. Teach children to play as a team outside the home As the child grows a little, around three years old, he or she is fully integrated into society with other children.
1. It is important that by that time you have clear aspects such as the need to share, generosity and communication. Because playing as a team you learn much more than
. 2. It is possible that in the early stages the child has problems adapting to team games. Pas 3. Moving from a place where he is the king to another place where all are kings can promotecompetitiveness
in its most negative sense. Therefore, when you first start playing team sports such as football, handball, water polo or the sport that the child prefers, before you begin to understand that you are part of a group in which everyone must help each other to achieve a goal common. Los 4. Team games are very important for the emotional development of the child and to ensure a generous, tolerant and aware adult of his
capacities and limitations . 5. Playing as a team the child discovers that there are things that he can not do alone, that more interesting goals are achieved if he has the collaboration of other children. And above all, playing as a team, the child learns that the value of friendship.