Group Interaction

Playing in a group teaches many things. When you play together, you learn to be a part of a team, to work according to other people’s style and accept their way of approach. 

You learn to listen to another person’s ideas and try new things.

Group games, therefore, are essential for a child’s social and emotional development. Group games, therefore, are essential for a child’s social and emotional development.

Activities to Teach for Group Interaction 

•Team Building Activities: 

Team Building Activities

•Group Interaction Games:

Group Interaction Activities

•Kagan Cooperative Learning Strategies: a variety of strategies that are structured and students interact with each other completing a task/common goal.