How can you tell the difference between age-appropriate social awkwardness and something more serious? By Fiona Tapp September 14, An untidy line of preschool kids dressed in black bottoms and white tops belt out choir songs on stage. I try to catch his eye and give him an encouraging smile, as I mime the familiar words which he has been singing loudly and confidently in our house for weeks. But he chooses to avoid my gaze, instead focusing on an errant hangnail. Being shy vs.
Two shy awkward young girls standing next to each other waiting
Two shy awkward young girls standing next to each other waiting Stock Video Footage - Storyblocks
A surprising number of preschoolers who are chatty and confident at home become clingy in social situations. Here's how to help. At birthday parties, while all her classmates are having a terrific time, 4-year-old Victoria Taylor refuses to join in the fun. While many 3- and 4-year-olds can't wait to jump into the action, more inhibited preschoolers can find social situations very stressful. These kids can be quite talkative in the privacy of their own homes but become insecure in the outside world.
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