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Cooperation - Parent 1

Basic

Parents

Your student is participating in classroom activities helping them learn the meaning of cooperation. We would love for you to keep the discussion going at home! The definition your child was given for cooperation follows with a just a few ideas to help get the conversation started:

Definition: Cooperation is working together for a common cause.

Review the following discussion topics with your child.

  • Discuss with your child what they learned in school about cooperation.
  • Have your child share times when they were cooperative at school.
  • Share examples of when you yourself were cooperative at home. Have your child tell you ways that they can be cooperative at home too.
  • Why is cooperation important?
  • Conduct an activity at home that involves everyone in the family cooperatively working together. Discuss the results of the activity.

Activity

Brainstorm with your child when cooperation is important at home. Discuss the picture after it is drawn.