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Co-operation begins at home with you and your child. Learning how to do things together, to the benefit of the family, is an essential family teamwork tool.

If they want to help you wash up, then give them a plastic beaker to dry.  Even if this is the only thing they do, make sure you thank them for their help.


Help her tidy her room or put the toys away and each time increase how much she does. The ability to co-operate with others is essential to a good education. Children are naturally inward-thinking so forming friendships and conducting projects together is a great way to teach them about working with others.
We offer a number of projects and activities many of which can be used with her siblings and school friends.