Communication skills kids can learn

Metro ServiceStarting conversations can encourage children to speak up about their thoughts and feelings. ■ Metro Service An ability to communicate effectively is a life skill that can serve a person well at any age. Communicating well is considered so essential that the Boy Scouts of America even require prospective Eagle Scouts to earn communication merit badges. It’s never too early to help children become better communicators. From toddlerhood to grade school and beyond, learning how to interact with others are necessary at every stage. Developing communication takes time, but there are various techniques to help kids become better communicators. • Great communication is a two-way process. Listening is often as

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