Children are all different. Someone has a silopopic, at once grabbing everyone’s hands in an attempt to engage the game, someone has the opposite — singles. And the one and the other sometimes causes inconvenience. But more often we still need to communicate, and not sit in the corner. Teach your baby this can be – if you try.
Family – the beginning of all beginnings
No matter how strange it may sound, but if the kid has difficulty in communicating, then first of all you need to look at the family. Namely, how is communication among family members.
In each society, there are certain markers, the use or neglect of which causes a corresponding reaction. For example, in Asian countries, these are communication styles (polite, formally polite, etc.). In our country, these are such magic words as thank you and please.
If it is not customary in the family to use them, then the child will not do this in other places. And in vain.
Take a closer look, as the surrounding people blur in a smile from a child’s neck. And the attitude to the baby changes immediately – they are happy for him, they are sympathetic to him.
And if a child causes sympathy in adults, then it will be easier for him in the children’s team, since at this age, adults (and especially parents) are indisputable authorities. Who likes mom, he likes me.
I have already talked about role-playing games, so the formation of communication skills is their direct task. By modeling situations that are most characteristic of a child, you can prepare him for them.
For example, soon the baby will go to kindergarten. There he will need to remember a large number of names. Make it immediately bude very difficult. A snowball game will come to the rescue.
Let all family members help you with this. Once in a circle, think up new names for yourself. If you are small, add toys and arrange who voices them.
Now call your made-up names from left to right. The first person calls his own, the second – the name of the first and his own, and so on in a circle.
Another option – controversial situations. For example, a bear took a ball from a rabbit – let the child judge a dispute. This will help him to be prepared for similar situations in life.
The children in our stable love to play this game in the stable in between classes.
It all started with my decision to learn Korean. There were printouts all over the house with words and phrases I memorized. As a result, the child began to repeat, not understanding the meaning (and sometimes understanding). So thanks became a kumao, good morning turned into anya haseio.
Naturally, when he came to the stable, the child began to pour in such words that the other children were taken aback.
But get out quickly. The daughter was recorded as a foreigner and in turn became translators who translated her gibberish into normal Russian. It turns out fun, funny, and most importantly – the children very quickly rallied together, which was not there before.