Parenting - Behaviour | 0-6 yrs

Tips To Teach Your Child To Apologise


All of us make mistakes and hurt others, resulting in broken relationships, aching hearts and so on. But a heart-felt apology can have a healing effect and help set things right. Therefore, it is important for us to teach our child early on the importance of apology, when to and how to apologise. Although apologising doesn’t come naturally to a child, there are many ways in which parents can teach their child the art of apologising. Flip through the pages of our ClipBook to understand how to teach your child to apologise.


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