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Interpersonal Gift-Boosting Activities

Is your child always on the phone arranging get-togethers? Some kids aren't happy unless they're involved with their friends, while others may need a nudge to be social. Whether it's playing board games, going to the movies, or volunteering to help others, here are some activities guaranteed to develop the social side of your child.

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Grades K-2
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8

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Bodily-Kinesthetic Musical Naturalistic Spatial



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