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The other parent can do the same on a day she drives. The Next Step You and your child now have more time during the school year to devote to the serious business of making friends (for time management during summer vacation, read Chapter Fourteen). If your child has children to invite over, read Chapters Ten and Twelve before you make your next play date. If your child has difficulty being a good host, read Chapters Twelve and Thirteen before scheduling a play date. If your child spends too much screen time or time playing by himself, read Chapter Two.

Is it due to a lack of interactive activities, a bad habit, or an addiction? Curbing Interests That Prevent Friendships Too Much Passion for the Toy, Too Little Regard for the Friend TV addiction is easy to detect. Another type of addiction that is harmful to friendships is more difficult to spot. It’s when children focus on a game or toy, getting overly excited and losing sight of why another child is with them to play. Natalie is seven years old and an avid collector of dolls. She plays with them by herself for hours at home and in after-school care.

It’s important for your child to make a good first impression. He will not make friends if he doesn’t follow these basic rules of etiquette: Using Organized Activities to Find Friends 1. Take the activity seriously; don’t clown around. Children should be quiet and attentive to the adult instructor. Making faces or silly sounds or whispering is annoying to everyone. 2. Don’t try to make friends or talk to other children while you’re supposed to be paying attention to the adult. This is also annoying to everybody.

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