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Activities Can Help Shy Children Form Relationships Awaken the Child’s Sense of Curiosity. Fill a small box with games or toys that involve interaction with others, and Get Shy Children Involved in Crafts. Arrange craft workspaces so that children work in groups of two to four. Place Play.

Here are some ways you can help your shy child to learn to get along with peers. Follow your child’s interests: Kids make friends by doing fun things together. An activity that your child enjoys.

Respect Your Child’s Feelings. This teaches your child to trust her instincts. It can also help her work through powerful or difficult feelings and allow her to move on. Knowing you respect her feelings teaches your child empathy and respect for others, which are.

Similar to working with children who are shy, you will need to establish trust to help and develop a healthy relationship so you can understand the reasons behind their aggression. Root: Try. Music is a natural social bond, and children are not immune to its charms.

Select songs for a group of children to encourage everyone’s participation, even the most shy. Try to find a song that will appeal to everyone-consider using silly and lively songs. Give the children copies of the song lyrics until they can remember the words.

A day of interaction with new people and partaking in different activities can help even shy kids learn the skills needed for proper social interactions. There are tons of options for camps such as drama, dance, music, sports, science, etc. 3. Tips for helping a shy child. Provide an entry strategy.

Help your child approach a group of peers and listen, allowing everyone some time to get used to one another. Teach them to find a break in. Provide the children with more opportunities.

It is very common to automatically say “no” to a child when they ask if they can do something. This can range from leaving the table before they’re done eating to playing in the park. Turn-taking.

Any activities, exercises, and games that include these fundamentals can improve skills in communication. Interactive games encourage kids to express their needs. Plus, when kids see these activities as fun and engaging, the more likely they are to participate.

at a time for special activities. Or shy children can be encouraged to develop outside interests, like music or art, that will provide a natural basis for interacting with other children. Both of these approaches can boost shy children’s self-confidence and may help them start friendships in the process.

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Caregivers can help young shy children by being accepting and tolerant, by providing consistency and predictability, and by dispensing warmth and encouragement as the child develops interaction skills.

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• We help shy children gain entry into groups, especially if they have previously had limited social experiences.

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Recognizing that research has documented consistent associations between specific patterns of parenting and children’s likelihood of being shy, it is important to understand why some parents adopt the maladaptive socialization practices that put their children at risk.

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Play groups help encourage the shy or reluctant child to participate and try new activities.

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By teaching children early the arts of social life, such as boxing, horseback riding, dancing, elocution, and similar accomplishments, we may do much to overcome the sense of shyness.

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Activities that emphasize group skills, such as problem solving, sharing, and communication, can help older children develop improved personal social skills that can be generalized to school and extracurricular activities.

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Shy children will express their feelings more readily when you use puppets, drawings, storytelling, unfinished sentences, or play therapy techniques.

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“Play skills” for shy children: Development of a social skills-facilitated play early intervention program for extremely inhibited preschoolers.

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Shy children will tend to seek situations that allow peace and quiet, whereas extroverted children seek social contact.

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Although most shy children do not develop later internalizing disorders, extremely shy toddlers may be at risk for social withdrawal in later childhood and for developing an adolescent anxiety disorder.

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  • Thank you very much. Very informative.
    I have experienced shyness in my childhood which adopted after watching a TV series. The main character was shy, so I wanted to be like her. Initially I was a very confident kid. But my choice changed me and my life. following series of left behind and being taken for granted scenarios. I changed when I was in my 30s. Now my daughter,a very smart kid. But she is very shy, and is often bullied by friends. How should I help her overcome her shyness. Thank you.

  • Wonderful video full of great concrete steps and real world examples. I have benefitted from your great parenting advice. Practical for teachers too!

  • Hi, what do you do if your child doesn’t participate or do the challenge meaning doesn’t order or talk to strangers? We are going to try again but I want to be prepared.

  • My 8 year old daughter is really shy. She freezes when someone outside of our family ask her a simple question. Looking for assistance please…

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  • Hi. I watched you video and I loved the way you do. Can you help me. I have a boy who is 6 year old and he very shy. So he couldn’t talk with adults or teachers at school. That’s make me worry a lot. Because the teach couldn’t assess him. Please help.

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  • I’m shy, too. So are some of my little brothers. My parents are outgoing. So are some of my other little brothers. Mommy hates that I’m shy. She always yells at me and says that I’m always so lonely and she thinks that I hate people. I don’t hate people! Well, I hate some people, but not all people. Mommy thinks that my shyness is a bad thing because I can’t talk to strangers. I was born prematurely at 2 pounds and 12 ounces, so that’s probably why I’m shy. My parents are always pushing me to go out and talk to strangers when they already know that I can’t even strike up a conversation with a stranger. Like when I was at the beach with my uncle and some of my little brothers, we were on the boardwalk and we were buying ice-cream. These two super cute teenage boys who worked at Dairy Queen asked us what we would like. I was already full from eating pizza and I told them that I would like some water. So they got me a cup of water. When I got the water, my uncle paid for everything and I could tell the two boys thought that I was cute, but I got shy and I looked down at my feet and one of the boys just smiled at me and said, “have a great summer.” And when I was 17 years old, this really cute older guy named Bruce aka Bubba came to my church. He was 25 years old. Only me and my youngest brother Jeremiah, who is also shy, both hid under the table. He was 5 years old. And I was all like, “Jeremiah, who is that?” And he was all like, “I don’t know, but that guy is adorable.” Oh come on he was only 5 years old. And when I finally felt confidence build up inside me, I asked my more normal aunt Joanne to introduce me to Bubba. I took a deep breath and shook hands with the guy and he seemed very nice. And last year when I was 21 years old, I met this really cute older guy named Stephen. He was 35 years old. My little brother Seth, who is 17 years old and outgoing, went up to Stephen and talked to him. Daddy also talked to Stephen. I was so shy that I couldn’t even talk to Stephen. He was really cute and he was so much older than me and he was so cute and he seemed so nice. And when I was 15 years old, I met this girl named Carli in school. When she first came in my classroom, I got so shy that I put my head down on my desk. But later, we became friends and began texting each other. And now when Daddy’s physical therapist comes over to my house, I always get so shy that I run upstairs to my room and close the door and stay quiet until he leaves. Daddy had a stroke when I was 16 years old, so he needs lots and lots of help. And when the physical therapist leaves, Mommy just comes up to my room and says, “Hannah, the guy left.” And when Mommy yells at me for my shyness, I always feel like there is something completely wrong with me. She doesn’t accept it. Is there something wrong with me or not?

  • Do you know how i can talk to my 4 year old cousin and she gets in really bad moods so i dont like telling her of but she absolutely hates me even tho i try so so so hard to be fun with her also should i be talking to her in a baby voice or not

  • Interesting video. Love how you pointed out when a kid wants something they can learn from the experience of the consequence of not asking. Both of my parents were shy kids and I wonder do we get the shy gene?
    Not Being a painfully shy kid I don’t think I would have gotten so good at chess and playing music. Can you imaging a shy kid moving to a rough neighbor hood at 12 years old? Not feeling like I fit in has plagued me most of my life. I know ppl that grew up shy like myself that were constantly ridiculed and moved to New York City where it’s pretty cool to be different…

  • Your videos are really great! So interesting to understand the problem itself and how to deal with it.
    I have a serious problem with my son, and i was wondering if you could help us by making a video about the subject?
    He was always a very kind child and easily played and became friends with everyone. Since some months he goes to school and gets teased by the other boys. He doesn’t know how to defend himself and becomes very sad about it.
    On top of that he now started to tease his little sister.
    How can we help him to learn how to defend himself and not to tease others? (6 yrs old)

  • I’m the shy kid at school and I have two friends but people treat me different which tells me I’m going to be scared if the real world and here is my secret this girl at school keeps hurting me and I never tell until now…

  • First of all if I had you as my psychology teacher I would pass the class with honors ������ cause you are really engaging!!! Now that’s what I call a skill

  • Sir, thank you so much. Just came across this video. I am a mother of my 5 y.o son who has personalities that you have addressed here. We do not get practical advice from our community but a lot of criticism. Your approach of dealing with a shy child has been truly helpful. Appreciated. As I am determined that my son will overcome this barrier overtime, I also know that this is a hard battle for me and him. Thank you and I am subscribing. Nepal.

  • Thank you so much for this video
    My son is exactly what you’ve described his teacher always complains that he doesn’t answer her questions or participate in class activities any idea of what kind of challenge I might do with him?

  • I really like the part of not saying “I told you so”. I think I need help with that and make sure not to do it if something goes wrong.

  • Solid advice…Thanks Dr Paul. I think my wife and I rescue our boys too often from the consequences of their choices and steal away the learning opportunity they could have had.

  • Great idea about ice-cream ordering. I wish you would give some more ideas we parents could use. Unfortunately, today’s society is growing more and more people with social phobias due to self-service shops, self-checkouts, cash machines, Internet, email, text messages and social media. We can do many things without talking directly to people so when we do have to speak it might be paralyzing for some. Too much tv watching, game playing without real conversations at home doesn’t help either. I have a shy child, and I am quite a shy person myself so I do not perhaps give him many examples to copy, that should be addressed too. Kids copy their parents. Luckily my husband is not shy at all.

  • Great! You have a great way of simplifying the inner psychological things so that we can understand ourselves more. Keep it going. Your videos have a really good impact.

  • Yeeess! And your example of swimming is one fearful thing I was wondering how to help him with. Okay, this year I won’t try to get him in the water as that made it worse. I can’t wait to try the money with a rock and bag thing. I think in a plastic jar with a tight lid would be better, don’t want it to get wet. A really big rock to make it stay put, as is this outdoor lake.

  • I enjoy the way u explain your points and examples, making it easy to understand exactly what u mean is so comforting!!! What a great video!!

  • LOVE this video. My son is three and definitely an observer in new situations. Going to put this on repeat to remind myself of these strategies as he grows.

  • I’m glad I saw this video
    Because I have a toddler who avoids every single thing. And recently I started to put him into challenges and not rescue him.
    Like: you go close the door yourself, or you go sit on the dining chair yourself.
    And then leave him alone to do that alone and not hearing his whining and asking help.
    And sometimes I was feeling bad or cruel.

  • I have spent months researching reducing shyness naturally and found a great resource at Sebs Shyness Tactic (google it if you’re interested)

  • Thank you, I really agree with you about telling children the truth. I’m currently with a mixed year 4/5 class i always tell the truth (within reason) about what’s happening, why things have changed or about why I won’t be there. It’s amazing to see how mature the students become once they trust you are telling them the truth ��

  • There are many components to reducing shyness at home. One plan I discovered which successfully combines these is the Seans Shy Program (check it out on google) it’s the most helpful guide i’ve seen. look at all the interesting information.

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  • Dr Paul, would you please consider to do a video on how to help a child who has been rejected by his/her friend in school? My daughter’s handmade bouquet of paper flowers was rejected by her friend whose birthday just passed. She was been told the present was ugly and unwanted. She came home feeling so sad and depressed.:(

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  • Love your example of the swimming pool! Perfect timing! My 3 year old (who screams/cries at people who talk to her, that she doesn’t know) had her first swimming lesson today, and I told her “I know you can be so brave today and get in the water, follow the instructors lessons, and let them help you in the water.” I challenged her, and gave her an incentive, “you can pick out a prize today (she decided a toy at the dollar store) if you get in the water and listen to your instructor, but only if you do.” There was a bit more prep to today’s events, but the incentive was just a great way for her to push past her fear response. She smiled, laughed and did everything the teacher asked her to…a complete stranger!! What a relief, and what success! Normally she reacts, refuses, and has nightmares about the incident that night. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

  • Your videos ended up helping me too not just the kids. I have always been shy and introverted. I have always hated it as never like speaking to people and people think i dont like them but infact i would do anything for them. I notice my son being shy and want to make sure he does not go through all the shyness I did. Your video will help us both. All your videos are amazing.

  • You are doing an amazing job, lots of prayers to you for sharing such useful info fpr free. Please share some more videos on Selective mutism, ADHD in kids too.. and how to make them eat on their own for extremely picky eaters, and how to control our anger with kids and how to be patient with them. I am asking a lot, the videos on parents too would be highly Appreciated.

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  • here’s several things to try
    Work out why you suffer from shyness the first step to solving an issue is to understand why you have it.
    Be at ease with yourself this makes it less difficult when you meet others.
    Just do it you will become more confident by doing things especially by doing things that push your boundaries.
    (I learned these and more ideas on Sartar Shy Method website )

  • Relationships are key to behaviour management and learning. Kids don’t want to listen to someone they don’t like. Keep up the good work!

  • My child is very shy, especially in school, he feel him inadequate, incapable to do something even though he is very talented, I think he feel he must do everything perfectly, perfectness make him feel incapable

  • I have my PGCE Secondary Geogeaphy interview in exactly a week and I’m so excited and nervous. These videos are so beneficial! Thanks:)

  • Hi! I’m an overseas trained teacher trying to build a career as a supply teacher here, in the UK but I sometimes struggle with essential things such as what are the main topics for each term (year 1-5) in English and Maths. Is there any chance you could make some vlogs discussing this? Also, some vlogs with classroom scripting would be amazingly helpful and highly appreciate.

  • I love how practical this is! ❤️ as something that may seem like common sense, but it can be quite tricky because we need to be professional and friendly at the same time!

  • I have loved every video so far. However, i feel like many of those dont apply to me. You see, i am an ESL teacher, and of course i am supposed to speak only english to them. Since most of them are just learning and cannot hold a long conversation, is really difficult for me to develop proper relationships with them without speaking spanish (our language)
    Do you have any tips or some advice? Thank you so much

  • Hi I like this video, specially the tips way of conveying and concerning anxiety shyness
    . Something I also found useful for overcome shyness and social anxiety
    was Renkarter Anxiety Method Report, i am sharing this because it may be usefull to someone if anyone is interested search on google

  • hi everyone,
    if anyone else is   trying to find  
    how to overcome shyness and quietness  try Awsomic Shyness System (just google it)?
    Ive heard some amazing things about it and my brother in law got great results  with it.

  • Good info the greatest success that ive had was with the Seans Shy Program (i found it on google) definately the most helpful idea i’ve tried.

  • I hope you can make some more videos about the relationship between the wife and her husband. And all the conflicts that they go through due to their differences. And specially, when one of them have a mental illness or depression, which affect the other spouse greatly that it might be transmitted to her/him actually!

  • Just after my boy graduated his kindergarten, he is having trouble reading some books. His trainer claimed he`d not be able to keep up or even catch up in First grade And desired to hold back. Thankfully, we uncovered this reading guideline. His reading capabilities are exceptional for the 1st grade student and also his progress definitely surprised the teacher. Our instructor told our story to some people. Get this guide by Google. The reading guide’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • My girl is shy in some aspects and she cant tolerate criticism.she feels anxiety if someone criticize her.she keeps on telling the same incident the whole day. she is shy in some situations is she lacking the feeling of assurance that she is not less than others?

  • Great video!!!

    I would like to ask abt the 3rd steps of stressing approach-avoidance. what if the educator or teacher wants the kid to take approach quicker instead of waiting for next time(especially few times after the kids still felt shy).

    We teach children dancing and performance, some children were a bit too shy to be interactive and engaging, which resulting in the learning outcome may not ideal. They do practice and learn, but the shyness (or perhaps introvert) slows their learning process.

    How would you suggest to improve this situation? Thank you!!

  • interesting points,if anyone else wants to uncover best ways to overcome shyness try Skyarza Stop Shyness Star (just google it )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my mate got great results with it.

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  • Yes didn’t work. We threw him in and took ourselves out of the loop and he got so bad they kicked him out of school. Not supporting him was a mistake

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  • Great tips. Regarding the icecream ordering example is it better to go the next day to the same shop the same people or is it just about the experience itself that will make him more comfortable

  • There are a few things worth trying
    Find the reasons why you suffer from shyness the first step in solving a problem is understanding why it is there.
    Be at ease with yourself this makes it easier when you are with other people.
    Challenge youself you will become more confident by taking action especially by doing activities which stretch your limits.
    (I learned these and more ideas from sebs shyness tactic website )

  • I just hope that the parents don’t see their introverted child and automatically call them shy
    Some introverts are shy but not all of them

  • I adopted a 2 yr old who is now 5… I put her in cheer. She’s the youngest on the team. Everyone else is 6-7 yrs old. She loves practice and knows all the cheers and dances better then her peer cheerleaders.
    Unfortunately at her first public event(pep rally) She had a major meltdown and we had to get her and leave.
    I told her it was ok and a week later at her first Jamboree she froze again and refused to cheer at the game. The coaches were noticeably annoyed and removed her from the sideline. She had to sit down the rest of the game.
    Shes small so she can’t verbally explain what’s goin on. I’m so sad for her. I don’t wanna pull her out and make her think it’s ok to quit when something is hard..
    I’m fine with her just practicing and siting in the stands with me during games… I mean I paid $250! Why can’t she??!! But I can tell everyone is annoyed and they’d rather we just leave the team…
    Note:: She does great in school… Great in small groups… This has only happened when she’s center stage, without me, and expected to perform.
    Should I take her out? Or just let her practice and enjoy herself.. and hold my ground with her coaches?

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  • here’s a few tips you can try
    Work out why you are shy the first step to solving a problem is to understand why it is there.
    Be at ease with yourself this makes it less difficult when you are with other people.
    Just do it you will gain confidence by taking action especially by doing activities which stretch your limits.
    (I learned these and more ideas on Sartar Shy Method site )

  • I am a shy person and my parents are naturally outgoing. They always talk to people and Mommy finds my shyness to be a bad thing. She thinks that I’m always so lonely and she thinks that I’m a mean person for not talking to people I don’t even know. She always yells at me for being shy. She yells at me for it so much and makes rude imitations of it and I always feel like there is something wrong with me.

  • I found this to be very valuable! I have one question on allowing them to feel the consequences: why did you say not to let the child have a chance to retry the task immediately, but rather wait a day or two? Thanks!

  • There are a few factors in reducing shyness naturally. One place I found that successfully combines these is the Seans Shy Program (google it if you’re interested) definately the best resource that I’ve heard of. look at all the incredible information.

  • Thanks I need some guidance with my 6 year old; he’s not shy at home but around strangers or when he asks for something. I’ll set a challenge like the icecream example you used.

  • interesting points,if anyone else wants to uncover best ways to overcome shyness try Skyarza Stop Shyness Star (just google it )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my mate got great results with it.

  • i am glad that i found your useful videos, thanks a ton..these are so helpful,bcz both my kids 7 n 4 r very shy, love your advice, May Allah reward u for ur efforts..

  • hi everyone,
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