Why do I have to share?Asked on: Sep 13, 2023 07:05 PM
Well, imagine you're at a birthday party and there's only one slice of cake left. Now, you'd probably love to have that whole slice for yourself, wouldn't you? But what if your friend hasn't had any cake yet? It would be pretty unfair for you to eat all the cake while your friend gets none. That's basically what sharing is about: making sure everyone gets a piece of the cake, or in other words, making things fair.
But sharing isn't just about fairness. It's also about caring for others and building relationships. When you share something with someone - whether it's a toy, a snack, or even a story - it shows that person that you care about them. It can make them feel happy and loved. And in return, they might be more likely to share something with you in the future.
So yes, sharing might mean that you don't get to have all the cake (or toys or snacks) for yourself. But it also means that everyone gets to enjoy the party together! And isn't that much more fun than eating all the cake alone?More on why sharing is important