How to treat pediatric shyness
Due to limited social contacts, low-income children do not learn age-appropriate skills and do not have the ability to express themselves, which creates bigger problems for the child at older ages.
With a variety of games, you can both entertain him, give him the experience of different social roles, and cultivate his social and assertive skills. Here are some examples of these games.
Imaginary Theater: Wear special costumes and perform a play with your child in front of imaginary spectators. You can even put her dolls in a corner as spectators and play and lecture for them or sing for the dolls on an imaginary stage.
Shyness is often due to a lack of confidence caused
Play Teacher: Ask your child to be your teacher and teach you what he or she has learned in class. Or ask him to teach his dolls, who are also lazy children. You will find that he can gain more confidence by imagining himself in a powerful and effective position and can handle the role well.
Interview game: Hold an imaginary microphone in front of your child and interview him. Ask her what she thinks about the color of her clothes, the weather, her favorite food, etc., and extend the interview as much as you can. By doing this, your child will both practice expressing his or her opinion and learning to speak in front of a crowd.
Shyness, shyness, and social isolation of children is a major problem
Voice recorder: Talk to your child or read a book, you can even play a play and at the same time record your voice with a recorder or cell phone and listen later. Hearing your own voice can help identify weaknesses, address them, and boost a child’s confidence to speak in public.
Homemade Pantomime: This is the famous game you must have seen in the movie. Choose a word or concept and try to explain it to others by performing a pantomime. Ask your child to convey this concept through hand and body movements. In doing so, he learns to use his body to communicate and learns enough skills to strengthen his body language.
The shy child does not have good social communication skills and is not able to express himself
Memories of the game: Talk to each other at night in the family, instead of on a cell phone or TV. It is best to play with memory. Define each of your good memories in public, or if you do not have a memory, set up a poetry reading or storytelling contest.