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We as Human beings are always in groups. Be it at work or even at home in families. There is always adjustment, understanding, team work, sharing etc that is required in terms of surviving in these social groups. We need to inculcate a good habit of being part of groups and learning how to deal with groups to kids right from the beginning. More focused should be given to group games and team activities amongst kids.

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Kids learn faster at a young age. They need to be given an opportunity to work in teams, make new friends and mingle with kids so that they get to develop their social skills. Team work can be added in a kids curriculum by  having group activites and projects. This will help them to learn to care and share and enjoy as team players.

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