The best way is incidental sharing. If you are doing an art or craft project, then put 1 basket of materials out for every 2 kids. So in the basket would be one set of crayons, one pair of scissors, etc. That way each kid has to take a turn. Of course you can model asking and taking turns and praise a lot.
Of course, you don't want to do this with every activity, just enough so sometimes they must share and sometimes they get something all of their own.
Invite students to SHARE a snack with the class allow them to help pass it out
or SHARE their favorite book with the class allow them to show or help turn the pages.
I agree with the art activity, however before you do that read "We Share Everything!" by Robert Munsch. It is one of my favorite books, and shows children about sharing.
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join them with their coloring books, then play with them when they're
bored..tell a fairytale story before sleeping..
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