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Interacting with Adults

Paul Banas
Author Paul Banas
Submitted 08-01-2007

Another key step in building your child’s communication skills is to give him as wide a platform to interact with others as possible. This opens up a plethora of examples, and helps your kid develop more confidence when speaking in public.

Let Your Child Interact with Elders
Give your child opportunities to talk to grown ups and older kids. This will help them gain confidence when making conversations. Avoid the temptation to answer for your child when an adult is talking to him.