• Iris Windsor

Best Buddies

How many of you are still in touch with a friend that you made in your first days at Kindy?

I have heard of quite a few

Friendships made in Early Learning are helpful in developing social and emotional skills and increasing a sense of belonging. Both boys and girls form strong attachments to others as both need social and emotional support in those early years. What better way than to find a "buddy"

Friendship skills for preschoolers include learning how to share and take turns. Cooperating, listening, and sorting out disagreements are good friendship skills to learn by playing with others.

Children who make and keep friends learn how to master social skills like making eye contact, participating in conversations, and learning how to resolve disputes that develop as a matter of course at this age.

Having friends can help surround you with good vibes and we all love good vibes!!!

To learn more about us, at Dragonfly's Early Learning at Coolum Beach, go to https://wwwdragonflys.com.au/contact-us

Or give us a call on 07 5471 6500. We would love to hear from you

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