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  • StarFlower

    A well thought out article suggesting that parents let their kids play with others an in impromptu manner and let them sort out their disagreements themselves, giving them valuable social skills. This is so true - many kids are in so many organized activities that they are missing out on chances to develop social skills through play.

    Separately, I've also noticed a lot less children using basic manners like "please" and "thank you" even if they are behaving in other ways. As my neighbor remarked to me, we should not feel surprised when kids use manners - we should feel surprised when they DON'T, yet this is the sad truth of today.

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