Social groups are important in every child’s development. It is the perfect honing ground for them to develop and practice their social skills in a therapeutic setting. Many children still lack the necessary skills to establish a sound relationship with their peers. Yet with consistent exposure to their peers and social group, they are given the chance to enhance their social skills.
Among the benefits of social groups to a child’s development include self-esteem boost. Kids also develop a keen problem-solving skills through teamwork and cooperation with their peers. Participating in social groups can also lead them to grow compassionate with others, while learning to take care of themselves as well.
This also enhances their cooperation skills, making them much more effective at working with a team. Their verbal and non-verbal communication skills are tapped as well, training them to effectively get their message across.
Yet, how do we make sure that our kids are part of social groups? Let’s find out with infographic about social groups.