Kids rehearse for the school play and attend practices between soccer games. Why not rehearse social situations, too? Role-playing can be a fun way to help build social skills and learn about social rules.
All teens want to fit in with their peers. But following basic social rules can be tough for some kids with learning and attention issues. You can help your child build social skills and feel more prepared to work with others by role-playing common situations.
Role-playing games can be a good way to model appropriate behavior and help him practice responding to different social situations. Use the toys in this section to help you role play.