Playdates are very important in enhancing the child’s confidence and positive social interactions. Tips to organise a fun, stress-free playdate
Start with a small group of two and then move on to a larger group.
There should be a safe place allotted to the children and they should always be supervised.
A parent should be involved participants - don’t just chat amongst themselves.
Mix up free play with elements of structured play so the kids learn to play together. You could organize a game or a fun activity that all kids can participate in. Balls are always a good idea. Music is fun too as well as being soothing.
During free play, make sure that there adequate activities and toys so the kids don’t need to fight or compete for a toy.
Arrange for some healthy finger foods that kids can enjoy.