We have a ton of toy cars. So when we play with our toy cars, I require Rea to choose one that her brother Derek can play with. For now, this works because D doesn’t care which toy he plays with as long as he plays with a toy, but if you have two (or more) kids that both have there own wants, try the strategy of allowing one child to divide and the other child picks first. For example, if two children are sharing a cookie, Child 1 breaks the cookie in half and Child 2 picks his half first.
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Sharing and Taking Turns Vocabulary
- Can I have a turn
- Can we play with those together
- You can have a turn when I’m done
- Will you share with me
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