Losing isn’t easy and some children (and some adults) feel it very strongly.
Tears, anger and messy explosions after losing a game can colour everyone’s experience and prevent some parents from wanting to play at all.
So what practical steps can you do to reduce the fallout when a child loses and shift the focus to playing, not winning?
Thanx, Ellie. Lots of little gems and soundbites to take away from this, and applies equality to all bad losers, not just the children. 😂