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Encouraging children to share can be done through positive reinforcement and modeling sharing behavior. Here are a few strategies that may be helpful:

Praise your child when they share with others. This will help them understand that sharing is a positive behavior that is valued.

Play games and engage in activities that encourage sharing, such as taking turns and sharing toys or materials.

Lead by example and model sharing behavior yourself. If your child sees you sharing with others, they will be more likely to do the same.

Encourage your child to think about the feelings of others and how sharing with them will make them feel.

Give your child opportunities to share with others, such as inviting friends over to play or taking them to a playground where they can interact with other children.

Remember, children develop at different rates and some may take longer to develop sharing skills. Be patient, and consistent with your approach.