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Name: Rishabh R
Country: India
Make your children understand that sharing their toys or things will bring happiness and joy to others. My child is studying 2nd standard in Orchids International School and he has the very good habit of sharing his snacks or chocolates with his friends at school even when someone visits our home.

Name: Sourabh SIngh
Country: India
Hi, it was a good article.. but my problem is the opposite one.. my son, who is 4-1/2, has tendency to share his things and even he goes overboard to help others. On the contrary, his cousin, who lives downstairs and of exactly same age, is overpossessive. She does not share her things and even hits my son for that, but will surely and certainly use my son's goods. How should I handle this situation. Coz many a times my son, who is too sensetive, gets hurt and even starts crying.

Name: Kamya
Country: India
Good article. Sharing is one of the good virtues which parents can help their children to imbibe. It is important to teach such small small things as it helps in building good character of child.

Name: Priya
Country: India
I liked the tips given in this article. It will definitely help parents to teach their children to share and care for others. However, if child is not ready to share anything, parents should not force them.

Name: Kusum
Country: India
I agree with Medha...Parents should teach children to share right from the childhood. In fact children learn to share from their parents. Therefore, it is important for parents to teach by example.

Name: Medha
Country: India
The art of sharing is to be taught in childhood. It helps in bonding and making friends.

Name: swapna
Country: India
Children learn sharing as they grow. Never force them to give something they like to other children. It makes them very sad. Give them time, and they will come around.

Name: ANJU
Country: India
children automatically learn how to share once they see their adults sharing.

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