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    Default How to help the lone child make friends

    Hi,

    help how how to help the lone child make friends.

    she is a wonderful delightful child.

    Im lost.

    HELP!

    Wiccan

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    How old is she? I've always taken my DS to activities since he was about 12 months old ( mainly music, little kickers, play groups etc) where he had the chance to always meet and mix with random kids so he's really social now (5) plus I'm very outgoing so whenever we go anywhere I always am usually the first to introduce myself so I think he's picked that up from me!

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    Tell us more about your little girl. How old is she? What activities does she do? Is she at school / preschool?

    What type of situations bring out her shyness? Are there people / situations where she isn't so shy?

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    When her birthday? Have a party and invite all the kids in the class?

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    If your daughter is old enough, you can meet random people and just chat at okay cafes, if she is at daycare she may talk about the other kids she plays with if so try and get in contact with their parents through daycare, if at kindy and school you can interact with the parents there and invite children over for plays dates like that. I'm sure she if old enough for any of theses centres she will have friends there already you just have to ask her. Kindy friends generally lead to school friends and so on. Pick up and drop off times for school and kindy are best times to meet people and have a chat


 

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