As kids are back to school, we asked our audience to share how their kids make a new friend. Here are some heart warming and funny highlights from the comment section:
- "You say hooray and ask them to play.” Nora, age 3.5 - @emilyyoung3
- "I just say hi and do you wanna be my friend and they always say yes and sure.” C, age 7 - @fishpartyoffour
- "I make new friends by just saying 'hi' and 'you are nice.'" -Phineas, age 7 - @amandadekatch
- "Cats cats cats." Mikki, age 2 - @tapethetape
- "I just start to talk to them + ask how's you day going + then they like me." Oliver, age 10 - @kaygee_336
- Be brave, kind & have a funny joke ready.” Ellie, age 8 - @ellielila_nyc
- “Say hi” T, age 2 - @msmittthy
- “If someone is sitting alone you go up to them and say hey you wanna play?” -Stella, age 7 - @tellasmadre
- “You say hi, do you want to run with me?” Henry, age 3 - @nlutch
- "Want some snacks. I have a present for you" C, age 3 - @mmandyyxd
- "You can use apples. Give them apples. And then make applesauce." He was eating applesauce when I asked him, but I'm sure that's unrelated. - Eddie, age 3 - Kathleen T.
- “I just say hi and ask them to join whatever i’m doing. It’s the small nice things that start friendships.” Iris, age 8 - Jamison B.
- “With shoes. I make shoes. I build it to a string and they love it! I’m gonna put it in a present, and they open it and say I LOVE IT! Thanks, Bakey, I love it! That’s what I’m gonna do tomorrow.” So…she suggests making them presents. Blakely, age 3 - Caitlin K.
- "I make my new friend with magic." Age 3, - Khiah A.
- "Go talk to them, word are powerful...." My daughter is very soft spoken so we remind her often that she needs to speak because her words are powerful -Breala, age 8 - Ashley N.
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