The summer is an important time for children to make up lost ground in social skills. With fewer opportunities than usual, they’ve experienced adverse effects on their development and while some were able to engage with school or activity during this period of recovery there continue restrictions that will affect how much interaction these kids have when returning back full force next September. The key now is as we work towards reopening efforts which include helping kids regain rusty abilities while building new ones so come fall season finds them more confident about themselves.
In the wake of a chaotic and traumatic 12 months, many parents are seeking help for their children to rebuild skills that were lost during this time. The summer is an ideal opportunity as it provides new experiences in order to regiment themselves before going back into school settings where they will be tested with more than just academics; social interactions play major roles too! These early successes can set up kids for success later on down life’s road – so get out there this year if you have any doubts or questions about what might work best.
To restore our children’s social skill set, parents need to find opportunities for them. One way that you can do this is by opening a conversation with your child and letting him or her talk about any expectations they may have when it comes a time in social situations; then see how those feelings manifest themselves through role-playing scenarios at home before heading out into the world as well! The more experience we give these little ones goes beyond restoring confidence – It Helps build character too.
This summer is a great time to focus on your social skills! One way you can do that is through the SKILLZ program run by certified Skillz instructors. The fun and whole-child approach will allow children in age-appropriate groups with engaging games for quality interactions but in smaller group settings than before which encourages more opportunities of being around people their same level or higher so they feel comfortable speaking up when needed without worrying about judgement from others who may not understand what’s going through our minds as teenagers might be inclined too often already carrying heavy burdens alone simply because society doesn’t know how
The more we involve our children in programs that offer nurturing social environments, the better equipped they’ll be to handle whatever challenges arise. This will allow them a sense of security and confidence when it comes time for school or other activities again this fall!