Pro-social sharing and negotiation skills in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on April 19, 2010

in Developmentally Appropriate Practices, Social Development, The Value of Play

I was asked by Noah of The People Garden to drum up some activities that promote pro-social sharing and negotiation skills for young children. I wanted to share this article so you could see the ideas as well. You will have to scroll down just a bit (past the very nice comments about me:) to see the activities.

There were four activities in all including…

#1 Sensory Play: Pepperoni Pizzas

#2 Music and Movement: Circle of Friends

#3 Creative Arts – Creating a rainbow

#4 Setting the Table

Click here to view each of these activities…

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