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Playing cooperative games

Your child will learn to:

  • understand what cooperative games are
  • choose a new game that's within budget
  • play cooperatively
  • be a good loser

Activity summary

For children ages 6 to 7

Learning to play together—cooperatively—is possible and actually pleasant. Playing cooperative games with your child is an excellent way to provide positive attention and also helps make day-to-day communication easier.

Cooperative games promote interaction between children and parents as well as other family members.

Your child is at an age where he or she can turn a competitive game into a cooperative one.