If your preschooler is going to host her first playdate, she needs to be able to share her most prized possessions -- her toys. This could be a daunting task for a little one, especially if they&#39;ve never had to do it before. There are some easy, practical ways to teach young children to share and actually enjoy doing it.<p>The big <a href="https://www.verywell.com/teaching-months-of-the-year-2764895" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">day</a> is finally here. Are you ready? Is your little one? Rule #1 for having a great play date is to make sure the kids have fun. Here&#39;s how.</p>As much as you want your playdate to go smoothly, there are going to be times when you hit some bumps in the road. Meltdowns occur when a child feels he&#39;s lost control of a situation. Here&#39;s how to help him regain some balance.Even the best of friends have conflicts and if a preschooler feels she&#39;s been wronged, she&#39;s going to let you know. It can be even worse if your child is the one being tattled on. Here&#39;s what to do if you hear those dreaded two words: &#34;I&#39;m telling!&#34;<p>Depending on how long the playdate lasts, it&#39;s a good idea to have some snacks on hand. Healthy and filling, these ideas are easy to make and they taste good too!</p>No one wants the fun to come to an end, but alas, it must. Not only will the kids be sad to say goodbye, it&#39;s likely they won&#39;t want to clean up. But you shouldn&#39;t have to do it either. Here&#39;s how to make the chore no one wants to do fun.