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Learning appropriate social skills doesn't come naturally for many children. Often the world doesn't make sense to them, especially if they haven't been taught the skills needed for social interactions as young children at home. As educators, we have to bridge this gap and provide our students with the tools they will need to interact with their peers and others on a daily basis. Fun games and activities can help us accomplish this by helping them gain the skills needed for social interactions within the world around them while playing games and just being kids.

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Learning appropriate social skills doesn't come naturally for many children. Often the world doesn't make sense to them, especially if they haven't been taught the skills needed for social interactions as young children at home. As educators, we have to bridge this gap and provide our students with the tools they will need to interact with their peers and others on a daily basis. Fun games and activities can help us accomplish this by helping them gain the skills needed for social interactions within the world around them while playing games and just being kids.

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