Let children understand that donating toys is a virtue

by:Ennas      2021-12-06

As they grow older, children no longer play with toys, but they still inevitably control the toys and refuse to donate them. The following suggestions teach you how to let your child let go and give the toy to the child in need. 1. Regarding donation: According to your child's age and maturity, talk to them about what you are doing and why you want to do it. Any direct communication or words that children understand are useful. You can try saying, 'Baby, if you can give up your teddy bear, then a child without a teddy bear will have a new toy.' Your child needs to know where the toy is going so they can slow down Slowly understand that other children can also play with his teddy bear. 2. Set a limit: Many children may be very resistant to handing over toys. Even if they have not played for a long time, they are still unwilling to let go. Don't let them donate what they should donate at once. Set a certain limit for them. Ask them to make a list, one indicating the toys to be donated, and one indicating the toys they have left. Explain why they want to keep these toys, why they want to donate these toys. Or pick out some toys, let the children choose some to donate to charity, and let them choose the toys they give up. 3. Always remember to let your children participate: You may think that your children are not playing with any toys recently, but once they find that their new toys are missing, they will be crazy. When donating toys, you must let your children participate. They make their own decisions, which not only allows children to have autonomy, but also saves a lot of the trouble for children to find toys. If the child's resistance is very serious, you can try another day and try a different strategy. 4. Give an example: As a parent, you have to be honest with yourself and see what role models you have set for your children. If children see adults donating things they no longer use, they will also donate toys they don't play with to imitate adults. A better way is to involve them in this process. Maybe what you donated today is a wardrobe, and what you donate tomorrow is a box of toys for your child. 5. Education is fun: handing over toys is not a fall in the sky. Try to talk about this in an appropriate occasion, or even design a game, or play your child’s favorite music. You can compose and sing a song of 'Donated Toys' or play the 'Donated Toys' Cosplay. Any active behavior will reduce the pain and tears of children when they hand over their toys. If you find that you and your child are depressed, take a break first. 6. Set time: How long will it take you to decide to donate used clothes? Now think about how long it will take your child to give up his beloved toy. Give the child enough time and don't lose patience. This will ensure a positive atmosphere in the family and allow children to make their own decisions without stress. 7. Cultivate habit: If children develop the good habit of donating toys since they are young, then they will grow up and be less resistant to donations. Try to form a habit: Donate toys as a major activity on Christmas or birthday. You can explain that this is to make room for new toys. If you ask your child to donate toys but no new toys come in, then the empty big box will cause the child to miss the old toys. 8. Give your child a grace period: If your child is still not sure whether to donate toys, let them put some toys in the box first, and then tell the children, just put them in the box first, and then if they want to play Come and take it, but put the box alone. If one month has passed and the box has not been opened, then explain to the child that these toys will be donated. 9. Let the children feel the praise: Donation is a beautiful thing, but for the ignorant children, their beloved toys suddenly disappear, and things are not so beautiful. Speak with certainty to your children that their efforts are commendable. For example, you can say, 'Mom is proud of you. You can donate toys to another child to play.' They themselves will also resonate in their hearts. Communication with adults helps them understand the meaning of donation.
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