Thanks for the props, but I think her daycare, and by extension the parents of the children she spends ~8 hours a day, 5 days a week, with have to take a large portion of the credit. I’m acutely aware that the areas of development I think we’re letting her down in are also largely down to that same environment, despite our best efforts (for example, the other day she said she doesn’t like English )
As a cooperative game we’ve been playing Outfoxed a lot too, and she really gets into it. The deduction is perhaps a little beyond her, but she understands the process perfectly.
Getting to a competitive level in any game requires losing and learning from your losses, I’d be very proud if any child of mine became genuinely skilled at a high skill ceiling game.
Right now my daughter (correctly!) thinks the results are mostly out of her control - which rider is faster on the day, or whether the fox is caught or not is mostly down to chance. I’m sure that as she starts to perceive more control over outcomes, she’ll get more upset over losing. The realisation that you only have control over your own decisions and not actual outcomes will come even later (hopefully). I’m not expecting to avoid tantrums over this!