At, we understand the challenges that come with teaching children who are difficult to cooperate. These kids often display aggressive or disruptive behavior and may struggle to work with others effectively. However, with the right approach, it is possible to foster cooperation and collaboration in even the most challenging students.

Here are 10 tips that can help:

  1. Create a supportive environment: Children are more likely to cooperate in an environment that feels safe and secure. Ensure that the classroom or play area is well-structured, with clear boundaries and rules.
  2. Encourage positive behavior: Reinforce positive behavior by acknowledging and rewarding children for working together and following the rules.
  3. Address negative behavior: If a child is acting out, address the behavior immediately and in a calm and firm manner. Explain what the child did wrong and what the consequences will be.
  4. Give children responsibilities: Children are more likely to cooperate when they feel valued and respected. Give them meaningful tasks and responsibilities that allow them to contribute to the group.
  5. Foster communication: Encourage children to communicate openly and honestly with each other. Teach them active listening skills and how to express their feelings in a healthy and appropriate way.
  6. Build trust: Trust is a crucial factor in cooperation. Spend time getting to know each child and building a relationship based on mutual respect and understanding.
  7. Encourage teamwork: Teach children the importance of working together and how they can support each other. Set up team-building activities and projects that require cooperation.
  8. Lead by example: Children learn by example. Model positive behavior and demonstrate the importance of cooperation and teamwork.
  9. Encourage problem-solving: Teach children how to work through conflicts and resolve problems together. Encourage them to seek out solutions that are fair and respectful to all parties involved.
  10. Celebrate success: Celebrate and acknowledge when children are able to cooperate effectively. This will help to reinforce the positive behavior and build their confidence.

At, we believe that every child has the potential to be a successful and cooperative learner. By following these tips, you can help children to develop the skills they need to work together effectively and achieve their goals.