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Sharing Experiences

Sharing Experiences


Talk with the child about meeting new people. What are their experiences when they have met someone for the first time, or made a new friend? One of the best things about meeting someone new is learning about something different that person has experienced, or learning about a skill that person has. Ask the child to write down a list of experiences, skills, talents, and interests that they can share when they make a new friend. Bonus: draw pictures to go along with the words on the list.

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Topics: Daily Lit Bit, Daily Remote Learning Tip

Mon, Jun 29, '20

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