Your child now enjoys playing with his friends. He will try to please his friends and work towards cooperative play by taking turns and sharing toys. He begins to learn that others have “rights” as games are played. For instance, if he is building a tower, he will give blocks to his friend and play together.
What you need to know
Your child is now getting a sense of social rejection. By not following rules or sharing, his friend may not play with him again. Hence, it's important to help your little one be aware of other’s feelings and play fair games.
At school, you can find out from your child’s teacher how he interacts with his peers. It's important for him to get along with his friends otherwise it can affect his cognitive and emotional development.