You will need
  • - children's books about friendship;
  • - cartoons about friendship;
  • - interviews with the child on the subject of friendship with their peers;
  • - children's birthdays;
  • - personal example of friendly relations;
  • - visiting clubs, special groups of children, kindergarten;
  • - visit the Playground in the yard
Observe the interactions of your child with other children. For two years he is not enough of communication only in the family circle. Parents should not interfere with that the kid reaches out to peers. A huge role in the development of communication skills plays a visit to various developmental activities of sections or groups. In almost every city there are groups in which experienced teachers work with children not yet attending kindergarten. There they are taught to communicate with each other.
Visit with the child a Playground in the yard, as it is also a territory in which children learn to communicate. Explain to kid how to make the first move to meet you. Take his hand and explore with another child. Let it happen first with your help.
Teach your child not to conflict with children, not to be greedy, develop in him the rudiments of generosity. Because quite often you can watch the "battle" for a bucket or shovel on the Playground. Such communication may discourage the weaker of the child ("losers") to establish contacts with other children. Don't stand passively aloof in such situations, be sure to intervene and smooth the situation.
Spend at home different conversation with your child about what you need to be able to listen to others, sympathize with them, empathize if something happened bad, try to help. The boy develop courage, gentleman's girl, girl – modesty and femininity.
Read the child more fairy tales, poems, stories about friendship in General, friendships between children. Watching cartoons on similar themes. Discuss what you read and seen.
Go often to visit friends who have small children. Looking at your communication, the child will follow your example. A positive example will only benefit him, as children love to copy adults.
Celebrate the birthdays of the child, invite to the feast his friends, peers, neighborhood kids, friends mug, etc. Make "sweet tables", invent fun games and contests. But don't try to be a mediator between your child and other children, give him the opportunity to show independence in acts and actions.