Importance of Team-work
In the center children involve in different activities that emphasize team-work. Teamwork requires children to work cooperatively with others towards a shared purpose. For a team to work together effectively, it takes all members of the team to respect each others abilities and opinions.
- Teamwork is a highly social activity and involves much interaction and exchanging of ideas and actions.
- Being part of a team enables your child to move from more interpersonal (individual) ways of thinking to interpersonal (communicating with others).
- It will help children in all areas of their learning, and help them to feel part of a community.
- Working as part of a team will strengthen your child’s social and emotional skills, help develop their communication skills, and can improve confidence.
- Team work helps them in building relationships. The earlier children learn the dynamics of working together with a team the better off team building skills will be as an adult.
- Team play allows for peer interactions is an important component of social-emotional learning.
- Team work helps children learn how to work collaboratively, to share, to negotiate, to resolve conflicts, and learn self-advocacy skills.