Good friends provide us with support from childhood through adulthood. It takes practice to learn how to be a good friend — practice at being kind, supportive, trustworthy, and a good listener. Help children draw the connection between their kind, cooperative behavior and friendship.
As the “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” song reminds us: "Friends help each other. Yes they do, it's true."
Bartering helps groups of people get what they want and it also strengthens relationships among different communities. Help your child learn to trade with this simple hands-on activity as you try to get the best supplies to complete a building challenge.
Everyone benefits when kids engage in household chores: children learn practical life skills and adults have practical help in running the home. Find ideas for appropriate chores that fit your family's needs.
Summer is full of opportunities to play and learn and we want to make it easy for you to find inspiring, kid-friendly activities! Explore our favorite activities in this printable activity book and inspire learning all summer long.
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