I've always struggled with the "sharing is caring" culture we try to instill in children. Too often we deprive children of learning how to negotiate when we step in and explain how the sharing procedure will go. Or we negate their attempts at having a voice by insisting that play be "fair." How will children learn to deal with conflict, negative feelings or just plaid old rudeness if we take away the potential for these experiences? I love training people to let conflict play out between children - adults often leave the experience realizing that kids can do WAY more than we give them credit for. So here's three little guys dealing with sharing - no adult interference necessary!