Building Social Skills And Manners

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For kids with self-control or social skills issues, dining out can be a great practice ground. It provides many opportunities to work on weaknesses. That includes everything from interacting with wait staff to waiting patiently for the food to come out. It’s also a good way to point out social cues that other people are sending. Being in any public place, not just in restaurants, can help kids improve their social skills and impulse control.

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