Some children are naturally drawn to other children. They thrive on the energy of people around and even at times act out when they do not get the interaction. Other children prefer to be alone in their play. This is natural and nothing to be concerned about. After all, adults are the same way. Some of us are introverts and some of us are extroverts. However, it is important for our children to learn to play with other children to some degree. After all this “play” will teach the child to “work” with other adults as they grow. The Lego tower that is built today may become the skyscraper of tomorrow. The compromising, accepting and collaborating tools that children learn by playing are invaluable to them as adults.
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