Early Socialization (03:04)
Young children under five encounter conflicts while learning to make friends. Parental interference often hinders social learning. This film will follow conflicts among Lauren, Frances, Paul, and Ned.
Toy Conflict (02:41)
Lauren and Frances fight over a stuffed animal. Frances apologizes for hitting Lauren; Lauren does not forgive her. Frances finally achieves reconciliation by suggesting Lauren play another game.
Aggressive Conflict (03:10)
Paul takes a toy that David discovers, pretends to offer it back, and then hits David. An adult intervenes; Paul lies and then tries to appease David. David leaves but does not end their friendship.
Tea Party Conflict (03:16)
Lauren and Frances disagree whether Lauren intentionally poured juice on Frances. Frances threatens to tell an adult; they get into a physical altercation. Lauren's mother encourages them to be friends again.
Toy Theft Conflict (04:35)
Ned plays alone rather than deal with others. Paul observes his game and asks to join in. Later, others join; Ned withdraws rather than assert himself. Paul takes his cars and Ned gets his mother and Lauren to intervene.
Frances and Lauren avoid conflict over who will be a pretend play character. Observation without intervention can help children develop independence and social skills.
Credits: Falling Out: 3 and 4 Year Olds (00:27)
Credits: Falling Out: 3 and 4 Year Olds
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