Taking Turns & Sharing (Pre-K)
Teach students how to share with others, take turns, and be kind to the children in their class.
1. To define and demonstrate taking turns.
2. To emphasize that when you share a toy, you will get your item back.
3. To show that when you let others play with your toys, they might do the same for you.
4. To practice the phrase, “Can I please have a turn when you’re done?”
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“Parents and my own experience tell me that what the children learn from CLIMB sticks with them for a long time and means a lot to each and every student.”Amy Horning, preschool teacher
Length: 30 minutes
Max audience size: 20 per class
Max classes per day: 7
Price: $639/per day of classes, plus travel
Learning basic social skills like taking turns and sharing is vital for young children. CLIMB incorporates imaginative play with modeling positive behavior to help kids learn. In this class, a young prince invites a schoolmate over to play. His royal friends (played by the preschool students) must help him learn how to share and take turns before he is doomed forever to play alone.
“I’ve gotten so much feedback from families and have seen the connections that the children make through this experience. Wow, how fortunate we’ve been!”Mary Bergland, Head Start teacherSCHEDULE NOW