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As preschoolers start to interact and play with others, you can introduce and reinforce the concepts of sharing.
What You Need:
- Small cardboard box with a hole cut out for a mouth.
- Items to decorate the monster such as paper triangles for teeth, paper circles for eyes.
- Small items to share with the monster: e.g., small toys or pretend food.
What To Do:
- Create the monster by cutting a hole in a small cardboard box
- Decorate the monster with paper eyes and teeth.
- Each child takes a turn sharing by feeding the monster some of their toys.
- Say to the child, “You are sharing your toys when you are feeding the monster. You have some and the monster has some that you gave him.”
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