Interactive Skills

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Children develop interactive skills from the moment they are born. They quickly start bonding with their parents and siblings by making eye contact and interacting with different pitches and tones of voice.

As they grow and develop, so do their interactive and social skills. By learning to use gestures and words, they will start to communicate and interact with others in more complex ways.
Children learn interpersonal and social skills based on their experiences – by what worked in the past. Young babies may scream and cry to let their parents know they are hungry. As a child gets older, screaming for food becomes less and less acceptable – once some basic language has been learned it becomes more appropriate to ask for food. With time, practice and encouragement, children will learn that communicating using words and sentences, including the word ‘please,’ to ask for food maybe the best way to get what they want.

Watch our Interactive Skills videos:


At the age of 1, children become much more aware of others and their own feelings. In this video, we will share some activities that will help your 1 year old develop social relationships.


At the age of 1, children begin to recognize their different feelings and how to manage them. In this video, we will share some activities that will help your 1 year old learn to identify and control his emotions.


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Abeer Esawy

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