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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - December 11 - December 17, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

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SOCIAL SKILLS TIPS BY BARBARA

To keep this month as stress-free as possible, enlist your kids to help more than normally. There are so many ways that they can help that will take the pressure off the parents. If they like to eat cookies, train them that eating them involves the baking and clean-up first. They can help wrap presents or pick out cute gift bags and stuff them with tissue. Even the youngest ones will want to be included in the preparations and be a part of the family togetherness. This is not the time for perfection; its more important to get everyone involved and having a good time. #SOCIALSKILLSFORKIDS #BECOOLKINDKIDS #ANTIBULLYING 

TANNER'S TUESDAY TIPS

Hi from Tanner. What are some ideas you came up with for serving others this holiday season? You can serve meals at a homeless shelter, take food to neighbors who need it, or collect toys for needy kids. Not everyone is as fortunate as we are, so let's be sure to thank the people who provide all that we have. Let me know what you did to help others.
#STOPSCHOOLBULLYING #TANNER'STUESDAYTIPS #BECOOLKINDKIDS



COOL KIND KID CHALLENGERS

Cool Kind Kid Challengers…Are tough enough to be kind to the poor or needy, and find ways to serve them, even if their friends tease them about that. They are good examples to their friends.
#BECOOLKINDKIDS #SOCIALSKILLSFORKIDS #ANTIBULLYING 



OLIVER'S TIPS FOR KIDS

I'm a well-dressed English Bulldog. I don't need a sweater in Las Vegas, but I do need it when I go where its cold. If you live where its cold, be sure to obey your parents when they tell you to wear your coat or sweater. You don't want to get sick.
#SOCIALSKILLSFORKIDS #OLIVERSTIPSFORKIDS #ANTIBULLYING




SHOCKING SUNDAY STATS

1 in 4 teachers see nothing wrong with bullying and will only intervene 4% of the time.



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