“Sharing is caring” — that’s what we’re taught and that`s what we want our children to understand. Sometimes, though, it’s hard to get your kid to share their toy with other kids and not throw a tantrum. The thing is, it’s important to take the age of your child into account and put off teaching them to share until they’re older.
We at Foodie Life had no idea that the age of the child makes a difference when it comes to teaching your kid to share with others. But, apparently, you might fail if you do it too early!
Toddlers don’t understand what sharing means.
Toddlers are too young to understand the concept of sharing. So there’s no point in trying to explain to them that they should share their toy with another child. They simply won’t get it and your words won’t teach them anything.
That’s why it’s important to wait until your child gets a bit older, when they’ve developed enough mentally and emotionally to be able to understand how sharing and caring are connected and why it’s good to share with others.Click Open To Read Next , The Last One is Very Important , You Must See it