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“The miracle is this: the more we share the more we have.”

~ Leonard Nimoy

Sharing is a learned skill.

Parents can model what sharing is all about, for example, when participating in activities with children, sitting down for meals, or spending leisure time together. Seize opportunities to encourage sharing, such as while playing games, singing songs, telling jokes, going on nature hikes, being silly, watching movies, or doing crafts or puzzles.

Sharing, and helping kids learn to share, are important supportive measures.

Sharing enables children to learn how to get along with others while at the same time strengthening their understanding of generosity, flexibility, and empathy. Help children discover how to share meaningfully with others through their interactions with family members, friends, and the people with whom they connect daily.

Here are some suggestions that parents might want to consider in relation to how to nurture sharing and make the most of various shared experiences with their children.

Dr. Joanne Foster

Dr. Joanne Foster, an acclaimed author and educator, has dedicated over 35 years to gifted education and child development. With expertise in psychology and special education, her work empowers parents and educators, fostering creativity and high-level learning in children and teens. Dr. Foster has written countless articles, and several books—the most recent being Ignite Your Ideas: Creativity for Kids.

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