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They Won’t Play With Me! What to Do When Your Child is Left Out

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They Won’t Play With Me! What to Do When Your Child is Left Out

November 27, 2012

http://www.parentmap.com/article/they-wont-play-with-me-what-to-do-when-your-child-is-left-out

 

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We’d all like our kids to thrive in academics, the arts, sports and citizenship. Here’s another item to add to our wish list for their success: friendship. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), those early social bonds are highly important. Dr. Michelle Terry, a physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital, discusses how parents can help kids improve friendship skills.

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