By Lexi Walters Wright
To succeed in math or reading your child needs specific skills. The same goes for connecting with other kids and making friends. Here are the four types of skills needed to make friends.
Lexi Walters Wright is veteran writer and editor who helps parents make more informed choices for their children and for themselves.
Bob Cunningham, Ed.M., serves as advisor-in-residence on learning and attention issues for Understood.
Common Social Challenges for Kids With Learning and Attention Issues in Different Grades
6 Ways to Help Your Preschooler Connect With Other Kids
At a Glance: 4 Common Social Challenges for High-Schoolers
10 Ways to Help Your Grade-Schooler Connect With Other Kids
8 Ways to Help Your Middle-Schooler Connect With Other Kids
How Learning and Attention Issues Can Cause Trouble With Making Friends
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Feb 28th at 12:00 pm
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