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How To help children get one another’s attention

Tired of dealing with snatching and grabbing toys from each other? Teach your children to get attention from one another differently. Implement a “Tap and Say Please” policy. This can be accomplished with siblings who don’t have language by showing them the motions.

  1. Tap your sibling on the shoulder.
  2. Turn your hand over to show an open hand.
  3. Practice, practice, practice during playtime.

Children learn new skills best during playtime so that they can access the new tools they have practiced in similar situations.


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