Yes. As @Ivy is explaining, help them learn about themselves and others- reducing much of the confusion and frustration that comes with trying to fit in or figure yourself out at an early age.
Case in point- I have a 13 year old nephew- Mr Know it all- ESTJ most likely. Leader and enforcer of all of my other nieces and nephews. I had them over the holidays- and in everything- he was the man in charge. I observed, and in some instances, had to break his reign of terror up- let him know that the rules of the game (life) aren't based on his understanding only.
Now, I admire that the kid isn't afraid to confront and express himself- that's a great quality to have, but it has to be tempered with a little forethought and tolerance for an opposing view- a lesson from typology that isn't throwing a bunch of letters and acronyms at him.
Funny-They were playing this game and they had to pick a place that began with whatever letter was up. So one kid wasn't picking cities or countries, he was picking like "box, or sky, or upstairs"- clever stuff that satisfied the rules. My nephew insisted he was 'wrong' and was 'out, and I had to let him know that, based on the way the rules are explained, his responses were fine. He's a competitive little dude- always gotta win!