What are some tips to encourage your child to share their toys with siblings?
When one child refuses to share his toys with the other I remind him later when his brother doesn't share with him that he gets the courtesy he gives. This usually results in him sharing next time. I do make it a point to set boundaries since they share a room. Certain toys belong to a certain child and some toys are for both. Usually if it was a very special gift and one doesn't want to share I won't enforce it because truth is you can't have everything.
by philli 3 years ago
What are some practical ways to encourage older siblings to share & help out with younger siblings?I have a toddler and a 7 month old baby. If your family has had a similar makeup, what practical things did you do to encourage sharing and love from the older sibling (to avoid jealousy of the...
by Christy Kirwan 5 years ago
What advice and tips can you offer to parents with multiple children? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)Are you the loving parent of two or more? Did your own parents have special tricks and effective methods of dealing with sibling conflict? What are some techniques that encourage siblings to share and...
by Charlu 6 years ago
Do you push your child to pursue a certain career choice or allow them to chose their own?Should children be allowed the ability to pursue their own career choices no matter how unachievable or unrealistic they may seem?
by Linda Crampton 6 years ago
What are some ways to teach children to share their toys and other items?
by bigstine50@gmail. 8 years ago
I you won the lottrey of 40 million dollars would you share with your siblings
by Marianne Sherret 4 days ago
Is the youngest child in the family always spoilt?
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