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Role Play

Role Play

Have a conversation with the child about what it means to stand up for yourself, including books that depict this scenario. Role play situations where they stand up for themselves. Talk about the different ways to handle confrontational situations, and which work best. Discuss what they might do differently the next time they’re faced with situations like this.
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Thu, Nov 19, '20

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