Interpersonal Gift-Boosting Activities
These games require children to interact with each other as they negotiate rules, take turns, correct, and challenge one another.
Teasing is a normal part of human relationships. Recognizing degrees of teasing and learning to cope with hurtful teasing help your kids have stronger relationships with others.
Interviewing an older relative is a perfect way to help your kids gain conversation skills. The interviewer learns to listen and to really pay attention to what the other person has to say.
This activity, based on the popular folk tale, is an ideal way to teach children how to work with others. Kids can plan and make a meal or do a community service project.
Learning how to get along and work with others begins at home. Here's storyteller Odds Bodkin's way of teaching this lesson to his sons.