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Description Learning to effectively communicate (both verbally and non-verbally) begins in infancy and continues throughout adulthood. Positive communication skills also help children and youth problem-solve and resolve conflict effectively. Discuss the importance of youth developing positive communication and conflict resolution skills and also the consequences that might occur if these skills are not learned early in life. Research to find a program (like the one studied in “More than Manners”) that helps youth learn good communication skills and problem-solving. Share the resource (i.e., web link, brochure, etc.) with the class and provide a brief explanation of the program. Respond to at least one classmate (below) Students post to response to: It’s truly amazing how fast a baby can grow and develop communication skills, and it all starts at infancy when babies babble and associate sounds with something good or something bad. As children, parents and caregivers provide them with walkways to positively communicate their feelings and what they want, even if it’s through babbles or pointing. We also condition babies to become familiar with a daily routine of waking up, going potty, eating, playing, and sleeping. Healthy schedules like these build a sense of dependency or familiarization amongst children. As they get older, their communication is enhanced and it is easier for them to build small sentences, use gestures, laugh, and cry when appropriate. Helping children properly use communication skills and understand other children can also help them to regulate their feelings and express them the way they need. Improper teaching of communication could lead to feelings or emotions being turned into anger, such as pouting or harming themselves. These are signs of stress, when children haven’t been taught how to communicate their feelings or what they want, it stresses them out. The earlier a child learns to develop positive communication and conflict resolution skills, the better. Parents, teacher, caregivers, and even tutors teach children about different aspects of life and communication that they will use better later in life. Patience, practicing manners (e.i. “please” and “thank you”), even softly speaking to an infant while using higher tones will help them understand that they are safe and loved (although they won’t really understand what you’re saying, it will come off as gentle and calm). PlanetSpark – Communication Skills For Kids For public speaking skills, creative writing, or both, Planet Spark is a communication program for children fourteen and under. By selecting your child’s grade and entering your phone number, their team will set you and your child up for public speaking classes. This program helps to teach cutting edge curriculum, sharpening creative abilities, and discovering clubs and societies; and yes, for children only fourteen and below! This is a great program to sign your child up for, includes a first-time free trial as well.