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Remember to keep your child interested and motivated! A child, who is uninterested in a game and becomes urged to play the game by a parent or teacher, may become frustrated and illustrate unwanted behavior.

Here are some signs to determine if your child is interested in the game:
  • Requests to play the game again
  • Make efforts to have other players follow the rules
  • Agrees to follow the rules
  • Happy during the game
  • Able to successfully play the game independently

If after repeated efforts to play the game and your child is still not interested or able to play independently, your child is most likely not motivated and does not have interest in continuing the game. Therefore, you can attempt to modify the game or choose another game. Having your child understand and express interest in a social game will help the development of their social skills. The SEED Center offers social skills groups for all ages. Contact us today to get more information and to schedule a screening.