A Game about Asking for Help (6-16-15)


From Summer Activities for Children, Part 2:

Take turns thinking of different ways to ask for help in different situations. Make all the situations be about summertime. For example, “You aren’t sure where you need to go in the library to be part of the summer storytime. What could you do?” Or, “You want to play with your friend who lives across the street, but you aren’t allowed to cross streets by yourself. What could you do?” Take turns thinking of different ways to ask for help. Who would you talk to? What would you say?  Write down the ideas and post them where they can be seen. Ask your child which suggestions she likes the best. Be sure to let your child know that asking for help is a powerful thing to do.

Come back to Daily Parenting Tips each day for another fun activity.

See more activities at Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 1 and Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 2.

 

 

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