Strengthening Sibling Relationships through Gameschooling

By My Little Poppies on 1 May 2019

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Ever have a game end in tears because one child didn't think it was fair or a competitive child couldn't handle losing?  In this post, Heather Pleier talks about how she uses gameschooling to strengthen sibling relationships.

...we take the power dynamic out of the game. Winning isn’t the goal. Instead, playing harmoniously with healthy relationship dynamics is emphasized.

The post covers cooperative games, team games, kid vs parent games, and goal games.  To read the details, follow the link above.

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