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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - December 4 - December 10, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

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[Sorry I have been slacking on keeping up with these.  I will do better in 2018!]

SOCIAL SKILLS TIPS BY BARBARA

December is a month of holidays for most of us. Those are usually family times. Start early in the month to plan for activities, shopping, special meals, etc. Kids enjoy being a part of the planning, so include them and ask what they would like to do. Encourage them to think of ways that they can help those less fortunate. If you haven't already, set up traditions that your kids will look forward to, like getting a tree, or providing food to a shelter. If family members or guests are coming that the kids don't normally see, remind them who is coming, and show them pictures if you have them. Try your best to keep everything as stress-free as possible.
#SOCIALSKILLSFORKIDS #BECOOLKINDKIDS #ANTIBULLYING



TANNER'S TUESDAY TIPS

Hello again from Tanner. At school, we are talking about all the different holidays that happen in December. We are learning about the customs and traditions for each. We are even trying out some of the special holiday foods that kids like. Some kids in my class don't celebrate a holiday, so we include them in all the fun for the rest. Everyone is accepted; no one is left out. That's how things should always be, right?
#STOPSCHOOLBULLYING #TANNER'STUESDAY TIPS #BECOOLKINDKIDS




COOL KIND KID CHALLENGERS

Cool Kind Kid Challengers…Look for ways to do kindness or favors for others, especially at holiday time. They look for areas where they can serve, whether collecting toys or distributing food to those less fortunate. #BECOOLKINDKIDS #SOCIALSKILLSFORKIDS #ANTIBULLYING 

OLIVER'S TIPS FOR KIDS

Really? It's that season, so I guess I have to endure Mommy's holiday outfits for me. I do this because I love her. I hope that you do things you aren't crazy about so you can show your love for your family. #SOCIALSKILLSFORKIDS #OLIVERSTIPSFORKIDS #ANTIBULLYING




SHOCKING SUNDAY STATS

280,000 kids are physically attacked in high school each month.



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