How to deal with unfriendly teasing

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Look at the "map" Marita developed to help her daughter deal with unfriendly teasing! A tool like this is invaluable for any kid who needs a boost with social skills. Click through to her blog post for more information. Thank you, Marita!

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Comments

  1. Eina says

    What a wonderful picture! It’s perfect for my (oh my gosh) SECOND grader! He’s reading well enough on his own to be able to read this. It is something that he can recreate on his own if he needed to. And something that he could remember if he didnt want to recreate it.
    Sometimes it’s hard to remember a list of events like this. This picture allows the child to visualize and take it into their own hands…

  2. cali says

    If you’re looking for a good movie for the kids, the 2010 remake of Jack and the Beanstalk is a great one that demonstrates good values and morals. I watched it with my son and we both LOVED it. Become a fan of the Jack and the Beanstalk facebook page and you can watch the trailer and read about the cast, plus get ideas for fun family activities – link to facebook.com

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